VIENNA – Amid falling demand in Europe, Fiat Auto Poland plans to cut 1,500 employees, or about one-third of the total workforce, at its plant in Tychy, Poland. Fiat Poland is the country’s largest auto maker, and the Tychy plant is Fiat's largest in Europe. The jobs will be lost when the the third shift is eliminated by March. “This year’s output will not even reach 350,000 units – compared to more than 600,000 cars in 2009 – and, based on ...

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