Fiat hit hard by truckers strike, seeks damages


MILAN, May 20 (Reuters) - Fiat has suffered "very serious damage" from a trucker strike which has forced the Italian carmaker to close some of its plants and it said on Friday it had started legal action to recover damages. "The damage to (Fiat) is very serious from an industrial, commercial and economic point of view," Fiat said in a statement. A spokesman said that car plants around Italy would remain closed on Monday because of the strike, which started on April 26. Truckers are ...

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