MILAN, May 20 (Reuters) - Italy's car sales are down again in May after April's 2.86 percent fall, but Fiat kept its market share, the domestic car maker's chief executive, Sergio Marchionne, said on the sidelines of a conference. "The Italian car market in May continued to show a structural weakness," he said. "We are down but we are working on it, we are maintaining our market share," he added. Fiat bucked the trend in April, with registrations of its three main brands rising 1.4 ...
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