Fiat Auto SpA says it will reduce output by 5,800 units from April 15 to May 5 at a number of its Italian production facilities. The cuts will result in the layoff of 4,000 workers during the first week, 4,000 workers the second week and another 4,900 workers the third week. The cutbacks will impact output of the Fiat Marea and Multipla, both of which are assembled at Fiat’s Mirafiori plant in Turin, Italy. Production of the Lancia Lybra and Alfa Romeo 166, both of which are produced at ...
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