NEW YORK, Feb 23 (Reuters) - Top executives of troubled Italian automaker Fiat met on Sunday with their counterparts at General Motors Corp. , but no news emerged on what role GM could play in Fiat's last-ditch turnaround bid. Fiat Chairman Paolo Fresco and Chief Executive Alessandro Barberis met with top GM executives for a little over five hours but declined to comment before or after the long anticipated gathering at GM's New York headquarters. A Fiat spokesman also declined to ...
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