ROME, Nov 30 (Reuters) - Italian Industry Minister Antonio Marzano will next week kickstart stalled talks between crisis-hit carmaker Fiat and unions over some 8,000 planned layoffs, his spokesman said on Saturday. Negotiations to limit the number of job losses at Italy's largest private employer hit deadlock on Friday, with unions angrily demanding a top level government official get involved. "Confrontations between the unions and Fiat continue but Minister Marzano will be restarting ...
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