Fiat CEO probed for violation of workers rights


MILAN, March 29 (Reuters) - Fiat's CEO Sergio Marchionne is being investigated in Italy over allegations of violation of labour rights in a long-running dispute at a factory near Naples, the automaker said on Friday. Fiat, Italy's biggest private sector employer, said Marchionne and another group manager were notified by the public prosecutor of Nola of a preliminary investigation on Friday. Fiat said the prosecutor's move was "the umpteenth expression of an ...


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