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Serbian PM Discusses Fiat Workers' Future with Unions

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Archive / News | 03.06.22 | access_time 13:16


Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic talked at the government headquarters in Belgrade, on June 3, with representatives of the unions of Fiat's Kragujevac car factory about the factory workers' status in the upcoming period of preparing the manufacture of electric cars, announced by the Stellantis consortium, of which Fiat is a member.

Several hundred workers held an hour-long warning protest outside the entrance to the factory early on June 2 and called on the government, as the holder of a third of the company's capital, to present by June 6 solutions to the status of the workers whom the employer considers redundant.

According to the prime minister, out of the 2,016 workers some 500 should remain in the preparation of new production, while some 500 will no longer be needed and severance packages are being prepared for them. The remaining around 1,000 workers will keep working at the Kragujevac factory, but will undergo training at Stellantis factories abroad.

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