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Nissan employees light candles in Barcelona to protest against a planned plant closure. The Spanish government has warned Nissan shutting down the manufacturing base could cost the company more than a billion euros. Challenges caused by the coronavirus crisis have forced Renault, Seat and Nissan to suspend all activity in Spain, Europe's second car manufacturer after Germany.

Added on the 27/05/2020 05:13:10 - Copyright : AFP EN

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