ROME, Sept 29 (Reuters) - Italian industry body Federmeccanica said on Wednesday it had reached agreement with some unions on introducing exceptions in the national labour contract for workers in the metals and engineering sector. Federmeccanica struck the deal with unions FIM and UILM, though without the main engineering sector union, the more militant FIOM, which is fighting with Fiat over efforts by the carmaker's chief Sergio Marchionne to reform working practices. Federmeccanica ...
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