* Strong demand from Brazil stoking Argentine car exports * Fiat would not need to invest in order to up output BUENOS AIRES, Sept 29 (Reuters) - The Argentine unit of Italian automaker Fiat SpA sees output tripling in two years if demand for new vehicles from Brazil continues to rise, a spokesman said on Wednesday. Fiat's factory in the central province of Cordoba currently produces 420 vehicles a day, but daily output could rise to 1,200 just by increasing the labor force, spokesman ...
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