ROME, Aug 23 (Reuters) - An Italian union said on Monday it will file a criminal complaint against carmaker Fiat SpA after the company refused to allow three dismissed employees back to work despite a court ruling ordering their reinstatement. The escalating row between Fiat and the Fiom labour union threatens to complicate efforts by Fiat CEO Sergio Marchionne to take on entrenched work practices and introduce more flexibility at Italian plants. Fiat dismissed the three workers at its ...
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