(Updates with layoffs delay, talks) By Tonia Mastrobuoni ROME, Nov 25 (Reuters) - Plans by loss-making automaker Fiat to lay off thousands of workers in a do-or-die restructuring plan were delayed by 10 days on Monday to give all sides time to find a solution to the crisis. The delay was agreed at a meeting between the carmaker, the government and unions that also decided to start nonstop talks on Wednesday. The layoff procedures for some 8,000 workers, which were to have begun on ...
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