MADRID — Facing slack demand in Western Europe, automakers are cutting production in Spain, despite that country's booming market. Overall, the region's sales were down 2.2% during the first two months of the year. Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. slowed assembly at its Zona Franca plant by extending a recent holiday for several days. The automaker also has an agreement with local unions and the government to stop production for 22 days, if needed, during the first half of the year. Renault SA's ...
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