July 28 (Reuters) - Fiat Chief Executive Sergio Marchionne demanded guarantees from unions on Wednesday that its Italian plants would be able to operate profitably, saying if no deal were possible the carmaker would have to look elsewhere. Marchionne's comments came during talks over the future of Fiat's largest Italian plant at Mirafiori in its home town of Turin. [ID:nLDE66R0X4] Below are key facts about Fiat's car plants in Italy and elsewhere: * MIRAFIORI, Turin (Started producing in ...
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