MADRID, Jan 20 (Reuters) - Spain produced just over 3 million cars and trucks in 2004, just 0.6 percent fewer than the previous year despite a sharp slowdown in December, the national carmakers' association ANFAC said on Thursday. That leaves Spain still the third largest auto maker in Europe and the number seven in the world, ANFAC added. Spanish factories turned out 2.40 million cars -- 0.1 percent more than in 2003 -- and 562,667 industrial vehicles -- an annual fall of 3.2 percent. ...
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