MILAN, Aug 27 (Reuters) - Workers at Italian car maker Fiat's Grugliasco plant outside Turin are poised to return to their jobs in September to start building a sleek Maserati Quattroporte model, but colleagues elsewhere may not be so fortunate. The plant has been re-tooled for the new Maserati to be unveiled at the Paris car show at the end of September. Slow car sales in southern Europe, however, have forced Fiat to lay off workers temporarily and idle plants elsewhere. ...
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