The General Motors Corp.-Fiat Auto SpA joint venture engine operations reportedly will shut down its Termoli, Italy, plant for a week beginning June 24 due to decreased Fiat vehicle production. Some 3,000 employees, both at the plant and related companies, will be temporarily laid off for the week, Reuters says. Fiat has announced temporary layoffs recently to stem vehicle production due to decreased vehicle sales both at home and overseas.

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