ROME, Dec 28 (Reuters) - Leaders of Italy's Fiom union are due to meet on Wednesday and are likely to call a strike against a labour deal that car maker Fiat clinched with other unions last week, a Fiom source said on Tuesday. The deal, signed by all Fiat unions except the left-leaning Fiom, is part of efforts by Fiat Chief Executive Sergio Marchionne to boost productivity at plants in Italy by making labour practices more flexible. In return, Fiat has agreed to a 1.3 billion euro ($1.71 ...
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