Italy govt asks Fiat to delay layoff plans-sources


ROME, Nov 25 (Reuters) - Italy's government has asked Fiat to delay plans to lay off about 8,000 workers, sources said on Monday, as the loss-making industrial group was meeting with unions and government ministers. Fiat wants to put 5,550 workers on a government and company funded temporary layoff scheme from next week as part a restructuring plan to pull it clear of losses. Another 2,060 workers would join the scheme next June. "During the talks, the government asked the company to ...

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