Spanish government cars to be axed

LAST UPDATED: 6 Dec, 2012 @ 10:11
Spanish government cars to be axed

THE number of official cars used by the Spanish government is to be reduced by almost two thirds in order to save cash.

It is hoped €10.5 million a year will be slashed by cutting the fleet of vehicles from 307 to 103 over the course of the next year.

With the changes, director generals will no longer have private cars and will instead have to share from a car pool, while departmental staff will share vehicles with their bosses.

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