MADRID, Jan 30 (Reuters) - Spain's government is studying plans to help its struggling car manufacturers including postponing social security payments for up to five years, Spain's Cinco Dias newspaper reported on Friday. Measures could also include increased unemployment benefits for workers hit by factory stoppages, the newspaper reported. Industry Ministry officials were not immediately available to confirm the report. The Spanish car sector reported a record 28 percent fall in ...
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