TURIN, March 28 (Reuters) - Fiat Auto Chief Executive Giancarlo Boschetti said on Friday he saw production at the battered car unit of Fiat stable at 1.9 million units, the same level as in 2002. Boschetti, speaking on the margins of a conference, said the forecasts were based on the European market decreasing by around 1-2 points. He said if the market fell further than that -- hit by the impact of the war in Iraq -- forecasts could change.
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