Fiat Auto SpA says it is beginning to suffer “serious economic damages” as a result of an on going car-hauler driver strike in Italy. The auto maker says it has taken all possible steps to divert completed vehicles to various storage facilities, but it is running out of options short of shutting more plants. Last week, Fiat announced it was idling its Melfi, Italy, plant as a result of the strike.(See related story: Truck Strike Closes Fiat Melfi Plant) “The situation is quickly ...

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