MILAN, April 30 (Reuters) - Fiat's car plants in Italy resumed normal production on Friday expect at the Melfi factory where some workers remained on strike, a Fiat spokesman said. "As of this morning, all our other plants are back to normal," the spokesman said. A decision by the striking workers on Thursday to lift a blockade at Melfi in southern Italy allowed components trapped inside the plant to be shipped to other factories which had shut down due to the lack of parts, he said.
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