UPDATE 1-Fiat reassures Italy on jobs as Chrysler merger looms


By Jennifer Clark ROME, May 31 (Reuters) - Fiat SpA chief Sergio Marchionne assured Italy's industry minister at their first face-to-face meeting on Friday that the country's largest employer will not cut jobs. Newly-appointed minister Flavio Zanonato had recently asked Fiat "to stay in Italy" after its planned merger with U.S. unit Chrysler next year, which Italian unions fear will herald a move of the group's headquarters to the United States. ...


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