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Italy: Fiat to cut Panda production for a week in October


According to a union official, the carmaker has decided to stop production at its Pomigliano assembly facility in southern Italy for the October 16 to 27 period. The temporary production suspension has been triggered by falling demand in the European region for the model produced there, the subcompact Panda. Giuseppe Terracciano, secretary general for the Fim-Cisl union in Naples said the ...
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