SPANISH AUTO INDUSTRY RECEIVES AID – BUT MONEY TARGETED ON COMPONENTS WORKERS

BY KEITH NUTHALL

THE SPANISH government will spend Euro 1.69 million from a European Union (EU) European Globalisation adjustment Fund (EGF) on helping workers made redundant from just two auto-components manufacturer ex-employees, despite originally intending to spread the cash between 12 parts companies.
Spain had applied for the money to help 1,082 workers laid off from these firms, but in a European Commission document obtained by just-auto.com, Madrid said that for four companies in the Castilla y León region "it has not been ...


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