MADRID – Vehicle sales in Spain fell 12% and production tumbled 18.2% through the first 10 months of 2012 compared with prior-year, owing to the prolonged recession that has boosted the country’s unemployment to more than 25% and shaved 3% from the gross domestic product. Weak overseas markets led to a 20.3% decline in exports in January-October, to 1.46 million units. However, Mario Armero, executive vice president of ANFAC, the domestic vehicle manufacturers association, ...

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