Spanish automakers' association calls for scrappage scheme
After the success seen in Germany after that country started offering incentives to trade in old cars for new ones, Europe's other large markets began looking into starting their own programs. France and Italy have both launched scrapping incentives, followed last month by the UK, which officially announced a plan to pay motorists £2,000 ($2,914 U.S.) to trade in a vehicle that's at least 10 years old for a new car.
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