MADRID – The Spanish government is extending for two more months its 2000E Plan offering incentives to consumers to scrap older vehicles and purchase new ones. This second stage of the plan, which will expire at year’s end, will be funded with €40 million ($59 million) from Spain’s central government, plus a matching amount from the regional autonomous governments and another €80 million ($118 million) from auto makers. Moreover, the head of Spain’s Ministry of Industry, Miguel ...

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