Fiat reiterates Italian labor ruling could affect investments


MILAN, July 23 (Reuters) - Italian carmaker Fiat SpA reiterated on Tuesday that a July 3 constitutional court ruling on Italian labor laws could affect its current labor relations as well as future investments. Italy's constitutional court released on Tuesday the reasoning for its July 3 ruling that a clause in the country's labour law from the 1970s violated the constitution. Fiat called on lawmakers to "rapidly come to grips" with the matter ...


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