Fiat Auto SpA says it will resume normal operations at its Melfi, Mirafiori, Cassino and Pomigliano, Italy, assembly plants now that a month-long car-hauler's strike has ended. Executives at the Italian auto maker helped forge a contract between drivers and the car transport companies, providing for a 7% wage increase and a one-time payment of €3,000 ($3,781) to the drivers.

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