MEFLI, Italy, April 29 (Reuters) - Striking Fiat workers voted on Thursday to lift a blockade of a factory in southern Italy that had virtually halted the company's car production in the country. Members of a union at the Melfi plant voted in favour of ending their obstruction of the factory, a union leader said after a vote outside the gates.
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