ROME, June 30 (Reuters) - Fiat SpA has asked for the suspension of a court ruling ordering it to hire 145 workers who are members of Italy's largest metalworkers union and is launching an appeal against the decision, the auto maker said on Saturday. The move is the latest twist in a long-running battle between Fiat and unions over changing work conditions at the group's Italian plants. Fiat was ordered last week to hire the workers after the union claimed it had shut its members out of ...
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