(Adds Fiat comment, details, background) MILAN, March 28 (Reuters) - Italian car transporters ended a bitter, six-week long strike on Wednesday that had prevented deliveries of thousands of vehicles and depressed car sales at top carmaker Fiat. But the suspension, announced by car truckers' union TrasportoUnito, came too late to avert planned production stoppages at two Fiat plants in Italy, the country's biggest manufacturer said in a statement. Small Italian car transporters unhappy with ...
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