BARCELONA – Spain finally is considering a scrappage plan aimed at directly stimulating new-car sales, Ministry of Industry head Miguel Sebastian confirms. On hand for the international auto show, Sebastian says the stimulus would provide consumers with an incentive to scrap a vehicle at least 10 years old when purchasing a new model. This week’s Barcelona show was rife with rumors of an impending government program after the Ministry of Economy began seeking input from auto makers about ...

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