Nov 27 (Reuters) - Fiat SpA Chief Executive Sergio Marchionne will meet with the government on Tuesday to outline his plans for car production in Italy. [ID:nGEE5AQ1G4] Fiat has already said it plans to stop car production at its Termini Imerese plant in Sicily but so far has said it will still use the facility for other manufacturing. [ID:nMIE55H0IW] The Fiat group has 203 plants with 198,000 employees worldwide, of which 82,000 are in Italy, including Fiat units U.S. tractor maker CNH ...
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