MADRID, July 26 (Reuters) - Spanish factories made 8.1 percent fewer cars and trucks in the first half of this year than a year earlier, the National Carmakers' Association Anfac said on Tuesday. For cars alone, the fall was 11.3 percent to 1.17 million. The number of industrial vehicles produced edged up 1.6 percent. Almost 81 percent of vehicles made were for export. Most of the major automakers have plants in Spain and the auto industry accounts for around 6 percent of the economy and ...
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