ROME, Nov 28 (Reuters) - Metalworkers at crisis-hit Italian automaker Fiat will stage at least six hours of strikes by December 5, the metalworking divisions of Italy's three main unions said on Thursday. Fiat workers have struck, marched and blocked a port and an airport in recent weeks in protest at the company's revival plan that includes some 8,000 layoffs. Fiat, Italy's largest private employer, has been negotiating with the government and the unions, who want to limit job losses.
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