MADRID – Spain, the European Union’s second-biggest automobile producer, may have trouble retaining that ranking among the region’s leaders this year and beyond, with local suppliers already feeling the impact of the market’s continued decline. With a total of 1,979,103vehicles assembled last year, according to WardsAuto data, Spain is in a battle to retain its second-place position for the fourth year in row, following its jump ahead of France in 2009. Final ...

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