Members of the Italian metal workers’ union FIOM-CGIL called two days of strikes for Nov. 7 and 8 to protest job cuts. The strikes were to take place at Fiat Auto SpA plants, auto supplier Magneti Marelli SpA and truck maker Iveco SpA, says Reuters. Workers are upset over a restructuring plan that calls for 8,100 employees to be eliminated, including 20% of Fiat’s manufacturing workforce. Two Fiat factories would also be closed. A national metal workers strike has been called for Nov. ...
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