VIENNA – Fiat Auto Poland S.A., the Polish Fiat Group Automobiles SpA plant based in Tychy, manufactured 533,455 cars last year, an 11.9% decline from 2009 when it built 605,797 units for its highest-ever output. While the factory produced at capacity during the global economic crisis years of 2008 and 2009, it was forced to reduce output in second-half 2010 as overall European light-vehicle sales declined. Last year’s total includes 246,063 Fiat Pandas, 176,759 Fiat 500s, 9,152 Fiat ...

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