ROME, Jan 20 (Reuters) - Italian metalworkers' unions and employers reached a pay deal on Sunday that should avoid a major strike in the largest labour category in the private sector, which often sets the trend for the rest of Italian industry. Prime Minister Romano Prodi welcomed the deal as providing "the conditions for working towards improvements in productivity and efficiency throughout the system and for giving workers greater purchasing power." Union leaders said after meeting ...
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