MILAN, July 26 (Reuters) - A Milan court has ordered Fiat to re-employ some 1,000 workers laid off as part of a recent rescue plan because the loss-making car maker had broken an agreement with unions, a union spokesman said on Saturday. A spokesman from Fiom, metal workers chapter of the powerful CGIL union, said the court ruled Fiat had not given the unions swift enough information in 2002 when it announced that it was closing its Arese factory in northern Italy. "Fiat is in violation ...
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