ANALYSIS-Fiat's Marchionne fights for new car industry rules


* Fiat boss threatens to quit collective bargaining system * Pushing for shakeup of labour rules at Italian plant * Talks with unions over more flexible rules in September By Giselda Vagnoni ROME, Aug 20 (Reuters) - Fiat boss Sergio Marchionne is heading for a showdown with powerful industrial lobbies as he pushes for more flexible work practices that could lead to a broader shakeup of rules in the Italian car industry. Marchionne fears that opposition by one of five unions at ...

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