MADRID, Dec 29 (Reuters) - A tax break offered to Spaniards who scrap old cars for a new vehicle will be extended for another year but will no longer apply to purchases of high-powered, polluting cars, the government said on Friday. The new version of the so-called Plan Prever will offer a 480.81 euro ($634) tax break to anybody swapping a car more than 10 years old for a new vehicle with an engine of up to 2,500 cc. That rules out many four-by-fours, which have enjoyed a huge gain in ...
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