* Fiat to shut all Italian plants for two weeks * Makes talks on incentives "more difficult", minister says * Auto group warns of 21 percent fall in 2010 Italy sales * Incentives for car sales are "a drug," minister says MILAN, Jan 27 (Reuters) - Fiat's decision to shut all its Italian plants for two weeks as orders crumble makes its talks with Rome on shuttering a Sicily plant tougher, the minister in charge of incentives for car purhases said. The plants will be closed from Feb. ...
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