UPDATE 1-Italian unions say layoff talks with Fiat stalled

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(Adds rehire details, industry ministry, background) ROME, Nov 29 (Reuters) - Talks between Italian unions and crisis-hit carmaker Fiat over some 8,000 planned layoffs hit deadlock on Friday, a union official told reporters. "The negotiations have completely stalled," said Gianni Rinaldini, head of the Fiom metalworkers' union. "The conditions are not there for an agreement on the positions taken by the company and we want a high-level government representative." Under intense pressure ...

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