Trade unions lose 450,000 members

CGIL worst hit, UIL runs counter with small rise

(ANSA) - Rome, September 3 - Italy's three big trade union federations have lost a total of 450,000 members in the past few years, a survey from Demoskopika said Monday.
    The biggest and most leftwing union, CIGL; has been hardest hit losing 285,000 members while Catholic-inspired CISL lost 188,000.
    The third and smallest, the Socialist UIL, saw a 26,000 rise, however.
   

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