MILAN, Feb 20 (Reuters) - Italian automaker Fiat aims to sell 58,000 Cinquecentos this year after the launch of the new version of the tiny car in September, a spokesman said on Tuesday. Confirming local news reports, the spokesman said the automaker would aim to meet its annual sales target of 120,000 for the model beginning in 2008. The new Fiat 500 is the latest model being rolled out by Fiat as part of a drive to regain market share after recovering from a crippling crisis this ...
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