MADRID – Eleven auto industry groups are asking the Spanish government for €15 billion ($19.5 billion) in direct financial aid and credit lines for funding a new auto industry emergency plan. The 11 groups, which belong to the Spanish Confederation of Entrepreneurial Organizations, or CEOE, are preparing a new aid plan for the auto industry. They include auto makers, dealers, vendors, small workshops, car rental, finance companies and truck haulers. The move comes in reaction to ...

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