VIENNA – Fabryka Samochodow Osobowych S.A. (FSO), the Polish auto maker based in Warsaw, will halt production of Chevrolet Aveo cars for six weeks due to slow demand. The temporary shutdown will run from May 7 to June 20. The auto maker warns further production breaks also are possible in the summer months. FSO additionally has begun the dismissal of 650 workers employed at the car plant and its subsidiaries. The layoffs will be completed by June. The production stoppage underscores ...

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