VIENNA – Production of the current-generation Chevrolet Aveo is being phased out at FSO’s plant in Warsaw, Poland. The facility “had fulfilled the order made for 5,000 units in 2011 by GM Daewoo and, in conjunction with that, interrupts car production starting from March 1,” a prepared statement says. The future of the plant, which is owned by Ukrainian company UkrAvto, is unclear. Some 1,200 employees will be laid off over the next few weeks, and FSO is considering selling part of its ...

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