(Adds details on workers, plans for plants) By Jane Barrett MILAN, July 23 (Reuters) - Fiat plans to create 1,251 jobs in three Italian car plants as part of its recovery plan with the government meeting about 12 percent of the 1.25 billion euro cost, Italy's Industry Ministry said on Friday. Under a turnaround plan drawn up in 2003, Fiat will hire 1,600 people in Italy over the next four years although there will be a net loss of jobs as 2,800 posts are due to be cut. A Fiat ...
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