MADRID – Add the Barcelona International Automotive Show to the endangered list. Although the exhibition will go on as scheduled May 9-17, it has been touch-and-go for organizers in the face of the economic downturn that has seen new-vehicle sales in Spain plunge nearly 50% from year-ago levels. The problems began in January, when brands affiliated with ANFAC, the association of auto manufacturers in Spain, announced they would not exhibit. ANFAC members include Adam Opel GmbH, Ford ...
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