BUENOS AIRES, May 30 (Reuters) - Fiat Argentina, the local representative of the Italian automaker, said on Wednesday it would resume production of one of its own models in the South American country next year, investing $60 million. Fiat Argentina imports cars manufactured in neighboring Brazil for sale in Argentina and exports auto parts from its plant in the central Argentine province of Cordoba, which stopped making cars seven years ago. "We're going to make 50,000 Siena cars ...
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