MADRID – Auto makers and dealers are expressing frustration at the Spanish central government’s intention to provide only €100 million ($150 million) in funding next year to subsidize new-car acquisitions under the 2000E Plan. This amount will be matched by the country’s regional governments, as well as €200 million ($301 million) from auto makers, for a total fund of €400 million ($603 million). “A similar quantity of money was exhausted in only five months during 2009,” says Juan A. ...
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