April 9, 2009 / 4:41 PM / 8 years ago

Fiat bosses in Belgian "boss-napping" leave

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Three managers being held by workers at a Fiat sales office in Belgium in a labor dispute have left the building, a Reuters witness said on Thursday.

The three managers, whom workers earlier held in a room for negotiations over 24 planned job cuts at the office in the Brussels' suburb of Schaerbeek, left the premises in a car without making any comment to waiting media.

Reporting by Yvonne Bell; writing by Mark John

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