UPHILL STRUGGLE Despite his vital victories in the factory ballots at the Turin and Naples plants, Marchionne still faces an uphill struggle to convince Italian workers that the future will be better if they follow him. A study of the poll at Turin's Mirafiori plant conducted by researchers at the European Commission and Cambridge and London universities showed most of those who voted in favour only did so because they feared losing their jobs. The FIOM union says it is not bound by the ...
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