UPDATE 1-Car makers group won't attend Spain auto show

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(Updates with company, association comment) By Sarah Morris MADRID, Jan 29 (Reuters) - Spanish car makers' association ANFAC said on Thursday its members would not attend this year's Barcelona Auto Show due to the crisis savaging the sector. ANFAC, which represents car makers including General Motors , Ford , Renault , Nissan , PSA Peugeot Citroen and Volkswagen , decided on Wednesday not to attend the show, scheduled for May 9-17. "The reason for this decision is that holding this ...

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