MILAN, Aug 29 (Reuters) - Italian carmaker Fiat said on Wednesday it will halt production at its Pomigliano plant for two weeks this fall because of weak car demand, as Europe's mass-market car makers take steps to cope with five years of declining car sales. Fiat will place workers at Pomigliano, where it makes the tiny Panda compact, on a temporary layoff scheme from September 24 to 28, and from October 1 to 5, a spokesman said on Wednesday. Fiat Chief ...
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