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Spanish manufacturers strongly affected by the crisis

The majority of manufacturing companies in the Spanish DIY industry consider the support measures taken by the Spanish government to be insufficient. In a survey of the association of manufacturers AFEB, 65 per cent of the respondents expressed this view. 43 per cent expect their businesses to be on short time soon.

In the survey, the companies also show concern about the closure of borders, both in the EU as well as to non-member countries, in terms of both deliveries by suppliers as well as sending their own products. Almost 43 per cent state that they are affected by this while 31 per cent are not.

|30 March 2020 | 12:32


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