ROME, July 30 (Reuters) - An Italian union said on Friday it would use legal means to try to block automaker Fiat from hiring workers under new rules at its plant at southern Italy. FIOM union Maurizio Landini said the union would take legal measure to stop what he called "discriminatory" hiring practices. Fiat is setting up a new company to manage the plant at Pomigliano which will not be covered by national job contracts. The decision to place the new company outside the umbrella of ...
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