VIENNA – Fiat Automobiles SpA hikes production at its Fiat Auto Poland S.A. subsidiary plant in Tychy, Poland, raising daily output by some 200 units. Monday’s production reached a record 2,320 cars, a result of the increase that created 300 new jobs at the plant. Fiat Poland built 438,714 cars in the first nine months, up 19.7% from like-2008 and an all-time high. Combined, 358,208 Fiat and Abarth cars have rolled off assembly lines this year, including 222,222 Fiat Pandas, 123,413 ...

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