ROME, Sept 30 (Reuters) - Fiat CEO Sergio Marchionne: * says latest forecasts see European auto sales in 2009 at 13.5 million units, down 7.5 percent on last year * says most credible forecasts see European auto sales in 2010 at almost 12.5 million units * warns Italian car sales would be under 2 million units in 2010 if government industry incentives are not extended beyond the end of this year, which would be down 600,000 versus 2007. * says industrial vehicle sales in Europe for ...
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