* Talks with government, unions on Wednesday * Future production at Turin plant under discussion * Naples plant contracts may be with new management company By Gianni Montani and Aleksandar Vasovic TURIN/BELGRADE, July 27 (Reuters) - Italy's Fiat SpA took a first step to implementing a labour deal at its Naples plant that could leave out a third of the workers, a source said, a day before talks start with Rome on the fate of another plant. The deal, seen as breaking the mould of ...
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