Fiat Auto SpA and the Italian metalworkers union Fiom-Ggil reach an agreement on wages at the auto maker’s Melfi plant in southern Italy. The agreement ends a 3-week dispute over wages, which caused a blockade at the plant and a slowdown throughout Fiat’s production system, costing the auto maker 35,000 units of lost production. Workers at the plant, which builds the Fiat Punto, Lancia Ypsilon and makes stampings and components for other Fiat plants throughout Italy, were demanding an ...

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