The arguements for and against Catalonian secession have recently become more toxic.
Now they have gone nuclear.
As the Catalonian independence battle continues to escalate ahead of the proposed
October 1st referendum, it is becoming harder to see when or how this increasingly
unpleasant conflict will be resolved.
that the economic and political disagreements between
Madrid and Barcelona will not end on 1 October,
whether or not the independence vote goes ahead.
Ratings agencies see no threat posed to Spain’s
economy by the planned Catalonian independence referendum
We've come to expect growth predictions for the Spanish economy to be revised as
the year progresses, but to recalculate the GDP figures for past years smacks of
an Orwellian style manipulation of the facts.