On November 4, 2008, the President of the Generalitat, José Montilla, met in Paris with the chief executive of Nissan, Carlos Ghosn, today persecuted by the Japanese Justice. Nissan had just announced the layoff of 1,680 employees at its Barcelona factory and Montilla wanted to avoid it. A month later, he was traveling to Japan where he met with the management team of the Japanese multinational to offer alternatives and institutional support. Seven months later, Nissan announced that they would

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