Fiat won't rehire half of laid-off workers-unions


ROME, Nov 29 (Reuters) - Crisis-hit carmaker Fiat confirmed on Friday that half of some 8,000 workers due to be laid off will not be rehired, unions said after talks between the two sides stalled. Under intense pressure to shrink its debt pile and revive its troubled car arm, Fiat plans a do-or-die restructuring but unions and the government are trying to limit job losses.

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