Fiat Auto SpA faces more unrest from its workforce as union workers at three plants and its Fiat-General Motors Corp. joint powertrain unit conduct a 4-hour strike Oct. 11. Workers walked off the job to protest the latest reorganization plan announced by Fiat Auto CEO Herbert Demel on Oct. 6. The plan does not call for any job cuts, but does outline production cutbacks at several Fiat plants. The facilities impacted by the walkouts include plants in Mirafiori, Turin, and Arese, Italy.
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