Italian union head urges strike over Fiat plant deal-source


ROME, Dec 29 (Reuters) - The head of Italian metalworkers union Fiom has called for an eight-hour strike on Jan. 28 to protest productivity deals agreed by other unions at Fiat SpA's Italian plants, a source at a meeting of Fiom's leadership said on Wednesday. Fiom secretary general Maurizio Landini made the proposal at a meeting of the union's central committee, the source, who spoke on condition of anonymity, told reporters. The hardline Fiom union has been at odds with other Italian ...

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