MILAN, Oct 16 (Reuters) - Italian carmaker Fiat Chief Executive Sergio Marchionne told labor unions at a meeting on Tuesday it is working on a new business plan for Italy to present on October 30, said Fismic labor union leader Roberto di Maulo. Leaders of Cisl and Uil labor unions who also attended the meeting said that Marchionne assured them Fiat did not plan to close any of the carmaker's five factories in Italy. On September 22, a Fiat source had said the ...
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