Fiat Auto SpA, in an effort to stay on a recovery course as the European auto market remains in neutral, says it will lay off as many as 2,500 workers at its Mirafiori plant in Turin, Italy, for two weeks in April. The auto maker also plans to suspend production of the Multipla multipurpose vehicle at the plant until June 20, when an all-new version goes into production. Some 840 workers will be affected by the temporary halt. The Multipla has suffered weak sales due to its controversial ...

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