PARIS – The European Union and its member nations are having a difficult time co-ordinating their response to the economic crisis. The EU and the ACEA, the association for automobile manufacturers, are urging a unified, continental approach to financial aid, but the key automobile producing countries are rapidly installing incentives and government bailouts that make sense locally. Both France and Italy are offering money to their auto makers on condition they don’t close local ...

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