Martedì, 16 Ottobre 2018

Labour Minister doesn't agree that Italy's industry grim


Rome, July 31 - Italy's Labour Minister Enrico
Giovannini said on Wednesday that he did not agree with
automaker Fiat's CEO that the country's industrial conditions
were unfavorable.
Many of Italy's companies are continuing to "invest, grow,
create jobs and profits, despite undeniable difficulties,"
Giovannini said during a radio interview.
On Tuesday, Fiat group's chief executive Sergio Marchionne
said during a conference call with media and analysts that the
"conditions in industrial Italy remain impossible".
Marchionne has launched several thinly veiled threats to
shift the automaker's production out of Italy, apparently still
smarting from a recent court ruling in favour of the left-wing
FIOM trade union, which has clashed bitterly with Fiat several
times in recent years.
Italy's Constitutional Court ruled in favour of FIOM, the
metalworkers' arm of Italy's biggest trade-union confederation
CGIL, which petitioned against being excluded from Fiat's
company union representation body (RSA) for not having signed
labour agreements.
Last week, Fiat warned that court ruling could have an
impact "on its industrial strategies in Italy".

(photo: Fiat group CEO Sergio Marchionne)

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