DETROIT, Aug 31 (Reuters) - Italy's Fiat SpA may shift production plans to make Jeep and Alfa Romeo SUVs in North America rather than at a plant in Milan, Bloomberg reported on Wednesday from Italy. Instead, Fiat would make a subcompact car at the Mirafiori plant for its primary European market, the report said, citing an unnamed source, who said the decision is not finalized. The report said that a stronger euro would raise production costs for vehicles made in Italy bound for the U.S. ...
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