MILAN, July 28 (Reuters) - Trade unions were at loggerheads on Monday over a court ruling that ordered strugglng industrial group Fiat to rehire hundreds of workers laid off as part of a do-or-die restructuring plan. At the weekend, a Milan court ruled that Fiat should reopen its Arese plant north of the city and re-employ about 1,000 workers because unions had been told about plans to close the factory late, breaking a Fiat-union agreement. The case was brought against Fiat by the ...
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