TURIN, Oct 30 (Reuters) - Italian carmaker Fiat told trade unions Tuesday it will resume a stalled investment plan for its five idled Italian factories, beginning with a new SUV made at its Melfi plant at the end of 2013, a union leader said after the meeting. Union leaders said they were satisfied with the meeting. The automaker had come under fierce criticism in Italy for its decision to put billions of euros in spending on hold, and push back the launch of planned ...
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