MILAN, May 17 (Reuters) - Workers at a Fiat plant in southern Italy gave their final approval on Monday to a deal between unions and the carmaker, ending a month of strikes and protests that hit production across the country. Workers at the Melfi plant, which produces the Fiat Punto car and makes components for other units, went on strike a month ago, demanding better pay and improved shift patterns. The dispute culminated with a blockade that virtually froze Fiat output. Last Sunday, ...
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