Fiat aims to up non-Italy W.Europe share to 4 pct


MILAN, Feb 28 (Reuters) - Fiat hopes to boost its share of the Western European market excluding Italy to four percent in the next six months from 3.7 percent in January, Fiat Auto Chief Executive Giancarlo Boschetti said on Friday. "We should then see an improvement in the second half with the launch of new products," Boschetti told an analysts' conference call, adding the new models would show "we are still alive".

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