MADRID – Auto dealers and automakers in Spain are taking vehicle financing into their own hands as banks keep credit restrictions in place since the recent economic crisis. According to a survey of 250 dealers by consulting company DBK, 60% financed most of the  vehicles they sold in 2014, up from 45% in 2012. The report says 76% of dealers that sold more than 750 vehicles last year provided financing for more than half of them. Among dealers who sold fewer than 100 cars, only 33% ...

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