MADRID – Nissan Spain launches another round of talks with its works council in an effort to slash labor costs at its Barcelona plant. The discussions come despite a deal reached in early 2012 that secured cost reductions from unions in exchange for a commitment from Nissan to build the successor to the Navara pickup at the plant and keep it open until at least 2024. The new bid by Nissan Spain appears to have taken its labor unions by surprise, which believed employment at the ...

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