VIENNA – Fiat is ramping up production of the new Fiat 500L at its joint-venture plant in Kragujevac, Serbia. The Fiat Automobili Srbija facility opened in April, and production of cars destined for market started July 4. The joint venture, owned 67% by Fiat and 33% by the Serbian state, is based on the former Zastava Automobili car plant. The JV employs about 1,700 workers, with 800 new jobs to be added by the end of this year. “Currently we are producing 50 cars a ...

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