Fiat SpA announces plans to lay off up to 8,100 employees at various Fiat Auto SpA, Comau and Magneti Marelli automotive facilities. The company is asking for a "crisis status," which would require the Italian government to provide unemployment benefits under a special layoff benefits fund. The cuts are in addition to 3,000 temporary layoffs the company announced earlier this year. The additional cuts were announced as auto sales continue to weaken throughout Europe and the ...

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