WORRIED OVER REFERENDUM, CATALAN EMPLOYERS MAKE BACK-UP PLANS

Catalonia's powerful business leaders are starting to lose their patience with an increasingly bitter tussle over an independence referendum deemed illegal by Madrid.

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