ROME, April 29 (Reuters) - Fiat's alliance with Chrysler [CBS.UL] appears to be a "useful" business move that will not hurt Italian workers, but future consolidation in Europe might, an Italian labour leader said on Wednesday. Giorgio Airaudo, regional secretary general of the FIOM-CGIL union in Fiat's home town of Turin, said Italian workers would demand job guarantees going forward to protect them in case of a future acquisition in Europe. "For us, the accord with Chrysler doesn't do ...
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