Fiat,govt,unions to start non-stop talks on crisis


ROME, Nov 25 (Reuters) - Fiat , the Italian government and unions will start non-stop talks on Wednesday on the crisis that has hit Italy's largest private employer, union sources said on Monday. The talks will prepare for a new meeting to be held on December 5 at the prime minister's office. The carmaker agreed to delay its plan to lay about 8,000 workers until that meeting.

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