Fiat Auto SpA workers reportedly plan a 4-hour strike in the first half of December in response to the auto maker’s turnaround plan. Fiat’s plan does not do enough to protect jobs, FimCisi metalworkers chief Bruno Vitali tells Reuters. December’s strike will be the latest in a line of protest actions by the union. Although no jobs are at risk under the plan, Vitali says it “is insufficient when it comes to product,” and it does not do enough to solidify the company’s tie-up with ...
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