MADRID – Auto makers here are lobbying for additional money to be pumped into the government’s 2000E sales-incentive plan to keep the market from collapsing. Javier Garcia-Sanz, president of ANFAC, the local vehicle manufacturers’ association, has requested a meeting with Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero to press the industry’s case for extending 2000E. Garcia-Sanz says the Economy Ministers of the European Union, the countries belonging to the G-20, the International ...

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