* Fiat workers approve plan for greater labour flexibility * Minister says vote heralds change in industrial relations By Daniel Flynn ROME, June 23 (Reuters) - Workers at a Fiat factory near Naples backed a plan to increase labour flexibility in return for investment to keep the plant open, in a vote which could have wide implications for Italy's rigid labour system. Just under two-thirds of the 4,642 workers who voted on Tuesday at the Pomigliano plant backed Fiat CEO Sergio ...
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