ROME, March 26 (Reuters) - Italy's prime minister said on Thursday government representatives might meet Fiat managers and unions to discuss the future of Pomigliano d'Arco, a factory where workers have protested for weeks over job security. "I just came back from a meeting with workers and union leaders of Fiat at Pomigliano d'Arco, to whom I guaranteed support from the government," Silvio Berlusconi said in a television interview, referring to a Wednesday meeting. Workers at the ...
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