MILAN, April 26 (Reuters) - Another Fiat plant, making Alfa Romeo cars, has shut down due to a 10-day dispute involving workers in southern Italy, a spokesman for the industrial group said on Monday. The Alfa Romeo plant in Pomigliano, near Naples, was forced to halt output, joining plants in Turin and Termine Imerese as well as the SEVEL small vehicles plant at Val di Sangro which have been hit by the dispute at the Melfi plant. Workers from one union at Melfi, in the Basilicata region, ...
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