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Nissan has not confirmed if plans to close Spanish plant, says secretary

Christian Fernsby |
Nissan Motor has not confirmed whether it plans to close its plant in Barcelona, a senior Spanish industry ministry official said on Monday.

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Topics: NISSAN    SPANISH   

“There is no official confirmation of closure from the company,” Raul Blanco, the secretary for industry, told reporters on a conference call. “We have no news about it.”

Sources with knowledge of the matter have told Reuters the company may be considering closing the factory but has made no decision yet.


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