(Recasts, adds comment from CISL leader, share price) By Roberto Landucci MELFI, Italy, April 27 (Reuters) - Italian labour leaders on Tuesday increased pressure on a local union to call off a strike at a Fiat car plant which has shut down virtually all of the company's automobile output in the country. "We believe the blockages at Melfi must be removed," said Savino Pezzotta, national leader of the CISL union. He was speaking on behalf of all three main national unions including the ...
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