BIELSKO-BIALA, Poland – Fiat Auto Poland S.A. will phase out production of the Fiat Uno small car before the end of this year. The company, which began Uno production 1994, built a total of 197,018 cars last year and expects a similar result this year. Meanwhile, production start of the Seicento successor is scheduled for 2003. After a big loss in 2001, Fiat Poland expects better financial results this year. “I hope, that we will finish this year without losses and maybe even with a ...

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