TURIN, Italy, Oct 30 (Reuters) - Fiat workers went on an eight-hour strike along with thousands of others at companies across Italy on Tuesday to protest against stalled negotiations over pay and other issues in the metalworking industry. A union representative said about 70 percent of workers at Fiat's historic Mirafiori plant in its home town of Turin took part in the stoppage but the automaker put the figure at about 20 percent. Fiat said the plant was still operating, but at a lower ...
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