MADRID – Nissan Spain finally has its new labor deal inked with unions at the Barcelona plant, but after five months of hard negotiations the deal may be coming too late to ensure the facility lands a second new model. The three biggest unions in the plant (Sigen-USOC, UGT, and CCOO) rejected a new productivity plan proposed by the auto maker in October, saying they already had signed a concessionary deal at the beginning of the year that promised the factory would build the ...

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