Italian truckers suspend strike

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MILAN, March 28 (Reuters) - Italian truckers have decided to suspend a six-week long strike that had prevented deliveries of thousands of cars and depressed Fiat car sales, a truckers' lobby said on Wednesday. Small car transporters unhappy with mounting fuel taxes eating into their returns have been protesting for six weeks asking better tariffs, blocking roads and preventing car deliveries. An association representing the striking truckers said they had deciding to suspend the strike ...

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