MELFI, Italy, April 30 (Reuters) - Striking workers at a Fiat car plant in southern Italy decided on Friday to continue their stoppage, marking the 12th day of a dispute which has brought car production to a virtual standstill throughout the country. The striking workers on Thursday lifted picket lines around the Melfi in order to start talks with management. But a first round of negotiations late on Thursday failed to find a breakthrough and on Friday only 150 people turned up for work ...
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