* Europe's second biggest carmaker faces lower cost rivals * Restraining wages essential but not enough, industry says * Industry wants more state investment in freight transport * Car plants need to secure future by expanding into R&D By Sonya Dowsett MARTORELL, Spain, Nov 22 (Reuters) - While much of the European car industry is in dire straits, Spanish assembly plants are raising production, winning new models and creating jobs despite years of recession. But Spanish manufacturers ...
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