Fiatsees no job cuts at Bettin Brazil works


ROME, June 23 (Reuters) - Italian carmaker Fiat does not expect to cut jobs at its Bettin plant near Belo Horizonte in Brazil as part of its restructuring plan, Gianni Coda, head of the Fiat-Lancia brands, said on Monday. "I don't think there'll be problems," he told a news conference when asked if there would be job cuts at the Brazilian installation. (Rome newsroom +39-06-85224350)

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