MILAN, June 28 (Reuters) - Italian automaker Fiat said on Wednesday it wanted to more than double sales of its Alfa Romeo and Lancia brands by the end of the decade. Confirming comments made by Chief Executive Sergio Marchionne at a meeting with the automaker's unionised employees earlier in the day, a spokesman said Fiat aimed to raise Alfa Romeo sales to 300,000 units by 2010 from 125,829 in 2005. One of Fiat's worst performing brands, Alfa Romeo's target for 2006 is to sell 180,000 ...
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