VIENNA – Fiat Auto Poland will cut 435 contract workers effective Oct. 1 in a move to scale back production at its plant in Tychy, Poland. This will reduce the company’s number of employees to about 5,500. The auto maker, which exports roughly 98% of its production, is facing declining sales in several markets. The Polish factory suspended production two days this month. It is expected to cut output two days in October as well, supplier sources say. “We will produce 470,000 to ...

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