MILAN, June 20 (Reuters) - Italian car maker Fiat has apologised to China over its new television commercial featuring U.S. actor Richard Gere and a reference to Tibet after Chinese newspapers carried reports about it. In a statement issued on Friday, Fiat said it did not endorse Gere's political views. The actor supports Tibet's autonomy from China. "Fiat reiterates its neutrality in connection with any political matter, be it on a national or international basis," it said. "Fiat Group ...
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