ROME, Nov 29 (Reuters) - Italy's crisis-hit carmaker Fiat said on Friday that it had proposed significant changes to its recovery plan during talks with unions that subsequently hit deadlock later in the day. Without going into details, Fiat said in a statement that it had offered changes especially in the timeframe for some 8,000 planned temporary layoffs. It added that it had promised to invest 35 million euros next year in a Sicilian car plant that unions originally believed was ...
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