MADRID – Spain is developing into one of the European automotive industry’s most promising markets, with nearly 1.5 million cars sold in 2001. But vehicle production has had to readjust to a sales slowdown in other European countries. Spain’s production in 2001 fell 10.2% to 2.1 million units. Auto makers with factories in Spain include PSA Peugeot Citroen, FASA-RENAULT, Ford Motor Co., DaimlerChrysler AG, Nissan Motor Co. Ltd., Adam Opel AG, Santana Motor SA and Volkswagen AG and its SEAT ...

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