Recently, according to foreign media reports, after 95 days of workers’ strike, Nissan agreed to postpone the closure of its three factories in Spain from December this year to December 2021. At the same time, Nissan has agreed not to lay off employees during this period, and will compensate 2500 workers who have been laid off before by 400 million euro, and each person will receive 158000 euro (about 1.3 million yuan) compensation. It is reported that Nissan signed an agreement with Daimler to produce 1300 Mercedes Benz x-class pickups from three factories in Spain, but the production plan was disrupted by the epidemic situation and workers’ strike. If it fails to complete the agreement, Nissan will pay Daimler a huge amount of liquidated damages, which is why Nissan agreed to compensate the workers. < / P > < p > in Nissan’s view, the compensation terms given by the company are nearly sincere. Frank Torres, Nissan’s executive vice president in charge of negotiations with the Labor Association, also said the compensation offered by Nissan was much higher than the local legal ceiling.