ROME, June 23 (Reuters) - Italy's Fiom, the only one of five unions to oppose a new labour deal at Fiat's Pomigliano plant, said it remained against the proposal despite its approval in a workers' ballot late on Wednesday. Fiom Secretary-General Maurizio Landini called on the Italian car maker to reopen negotiations and to reach consensus on the new labour pact, which Fiat has made a condition of investing 700 million euros to modernise the factory near the southern city of Naples. ...
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