After meeting with Italian political and union officials, Fiat SpA says it will delay the impending layoff of up to 8,100 workers at its Fiat Auto unit by 10 days to take effect on Dec. 5. The company is under pressure by the Italian government to reduce the number of job cuts it plans to make as part of its ongoing restructuring. As a concession to the government, Fiat has revised its plan to close its assembly plant in Termini Imerese, Sicily, for one to two years. It now reportedly ...

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