According to union sources, Fiat has signed a collective labour deal with most unions representing its Italian employees which will involve increased shifts and shorter breaks in exchange for a €20bn (US$26.6bn) investment plan. The one-year agreement was signed at Turin’s Unione Industriale by the company and by Fim, Uilm, …
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