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Famed as a great place to visit, the city wants founders who will stay put
Great destinations constantly change and walk a fine line between what is good for visitors and residents
Barcelona is reinventing itself as a global product
Xavier Trias talks about independence and rivalry with Madrid
Inter-city duel ends in Barcelona’s favour
Culture and politics play their part in an industry that is still in recovery
A reputation for style and modernity has helped attract global consumers
The club is in need of all the wins it can get, as it tries to sidestep claims of transfer impropriety and earn back the trust of fans
The ability to attract international talent and invest in research and development has seen a rise in start-ups
Investors have found it is a good time to bet again on this cosmopolitan city
But independence debate casts a shadow across the city
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