WARSAW, July 24 (Reuters) - Italy's Fiat plans to create 500 new jobs in Poland this year to launch productionof its new Gingo model, the head of its Polish unit was quoted as saying on Thursday. "In July or early August we will finish the recruitment of (assembly) workers and engineers. The workforce of Fiat Auto Poland will increase from 3,100 to 3,300 people," Enrico Pavoni told local business tabloid Puls Biznesu. "But this is not all. By the end of the year we want to increase the ...
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