Workers at Alitalia -- dissatisfied with the government's pledge to start talks "to the finish" today (DAILY, April 30) -- ignored union calls to resume work and continued wildcat strikes last Friday, a move that Italian Labor Minister Roberto Maroni says could even prevent talks from occurring. "Monday's talks are getting off to a bad start...perhaps some people do not realize how severe the situation is," Maroni said. This week's talks are aiming at an agreement by May 6, "but if ...
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