ROME, Nov 25 (Reuters) - Fiat has agreed to a government request to briefly delay plans to lay off about 8,000 workers, a government source said on Monday. The government source spoke as the the loss-making industrial group was meeting with unions and government ministers over its financial crisis. "Fiat has agreed to delay the layoffs but it not clear for how long," the source said. During the meeting, the government asked Fiat to delay the layoff by up to two weeks so talks on the ...
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