VIENNA – Production of the previous-generation Fiat Panda, called the Panda Classic, will come to a halt at Fiat’s Tychy, Poland, plant at the end of the year. It is unclear whether the move will have an impact on jobs at the facility, which employs 4,625 people. The decision to phase out the Panda Classic has met with criticism in the Polish media, because there is no new model to replace the car in the plant’s portfolio. Critics contend Fiat is ending output of the ...

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