ROME, June 23 (Reuters) - Italy's labour minister said on Wednesday that Fiat CEO Sergio Marchionne would "certainly" respect a deal to invest 700 million euros in its Pomigliano plant after workers voted in favour of greater flexibility. "I think (Fiat) should be happy with the unequivocal result of the referendum," Maurizio Sacconi said. "I don't want to even consider that Fiat could change its mind. I have faith in Marchionne's well-known determination, because he will certainly know ...
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