Italy -Government and unions agree on sale minority share Poste Italiane -February 06, 2014

Postal trade unions have supported the government plan to sell a 40% share of the Poste Italiane in order to raise funds to bring down the national debt. T SLP-CISL commented that the government will retain a majority share and that no changes are made to the industrial model, the sale thus not resulting in job losses. Unions have asked for at least 5% of the property to be conferred to them and have also requested the right to elect their own representative on the Board of Directors.

English: http://www.uniglobalunion.org/news/italian-government-sell-40-poste-italiane ...

 

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