ROME, Nov 27 (Reuters) - A key adviser to the Italian government on the restructuring of loss-making Fiat said on Wednesday he believed the carmaker's revival plan was sound and the company would be fully on its feet by 2005. Roland Berger, hired by the Industry Minister to advise on the crisis at Fiat, said he thought the plan was challenging but well thought out and said Fiat should be as competitive as other automakers by 2005, when the plan is complete. Fiat is considering laying off ...
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