MILAN, Dec 16 (Reuters) - Three of Italy's biggest companies, including oil major Eni and Fiat, launched a car-sharing initiative on Monday that the carmaker said could help to pull in new customers. The two companies, together with the Italian railways, said that a fleet of 650 red Fiat 500 cars would be available to users in Milan next month in a project dubbed "Enjoy". Alfredo Altavilla, Fiat's head for the Europe, Middle East and Africa region, said he did ...
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