VIENNA — Fiat SpA has left the Polish association of automotive employers and is looking to form a new organization with General Motors Corp. and other automakers. Fiat Auto Poland S.A., Magneti Marelli and Teksid Poland rescinded their membership in Zwiazek Pracodawcow Motoryzacji because it does not represent the interests of all its members, the company says. “There can be no doubt about the fact that the interests of the Fiat group and those of another member company of the ...

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