FRANKFURT, Aug 21 (Reuters) - Italy's Fiat wants to reclaim its position among the top three exporters of cars to Germany by 2008 through introducing new models after years of restructuring, a newspaper reported on Monday. "Our next target is to become one of the top three," Werner Frey, chief executive of Fiat Germany, told German newspaper Die Welt. "We might even get there by 2007," Frey said. Fiat is the fourth-largest exporter of cars to Germany. Toyota Motor Corp leads the group, ...
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