FACTBOX-Fiat's Italian plant plans


MILAN, Dec 22 (Reuters) - Fiat Chief Executive Sergio Marchionne outlined plans for the car makers' plants in Italy on Tuesday which he said would require hefty investments and labour flexibility. [ID:nLDE5BL1QI] He confirmed auto production would stop at the Termini Imerese plant in Sicily in December 2011 and suggested production of its Panda small car could move to a southern Italian site, Pomigliano. Fiat produces 650,000 cars a year in Italy at its five plants, with 22,000 workers ...

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