Fiat CEO gives Alfa Romeo protesters ultimatum


MILAN, April 24 (Reuters) - The man who oversaw Fiat's brisk recovery from the brink of collapse gave protesting workers at one of its plants an ultimatum on Thursday, saying he would move production elsewhere if they did not settle their grievances. Hundreds of workers refuse to be moved to a new logistics centre as part of a restructuring of a plant in southern Italy that makes cars for Fiat's sports brand, Alfa Romeo. Their protests temporarily blocked the entrance to the plant in the ...

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