Metalworkers strike ahead of Fiat protest talks


By Roberto Landucci MELFI, Italy, April 28 (Reuters) - Metalworkers across Italy downed tools on Wednesday in support of Fiat employees leading a blockade of a southern Italian car plant, as company managers prepared to hold talks with union leaders. The 10-day strike at the Melfi plant has brought production to a halt at Fiat factories across Italy at a time when what was once Europe's biggest carmaker already faces the worst crisis in its century-long history. Ahead of negotiations ...

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