* Car production dropped 33 pct y/y in Dec * Manufacturers hit by falling euro zone demand WARSAW, Jan 9 (Reuters) - Car production in Poland dropped by a third in December from a year earlier as top manufacturer Fiat announced massive layoffs at its Polish factory amid falling demand, industry monitor Samar said on Wednesday. Fiat Auto Poland has begun laying off workers as part of a plan to cut one third of its workforce. The ...
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