MADRID – Spain appears to be heading toward record new-vehicle sales this year, but auto makers here are unhappy nonetheless, calling on the government to extend so-called temporary labor contract limits in order to better control manufacturing costs. Sales through May are up 5% on year-ago, and Anfac, the auto manufacturers association in Spain, is projecting volume will hit a record 1.45 million to 1.5 million units in 2005. Anfac Chairman Fernandez de Sevilla. But Anfac Chairman ...

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