VIENNA – Fiat Poland expects production to decline less than originally expected at its plant in Tychy, Poland, this year. Plans call for output of about 290,000 units in 2013, plant director Antoni Gren tells local media during a family day event for employees. That would be 17% below the 2012 total of 348,503. But earlier forecasts called for about 255,000 assemblies this year. The facility’s production record is 605,797 units, set in 2009. Plant officials are hoping ...

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