Fiat opens new Chinese plant to produce Viaggio

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MILAN, June 28 (Reuters) - Italy's largest carmaker Fiat opened its first plant in China on Thursday dedicated to producing vehicles for the local market, starting with its new Viaggio saloon car. The plant, based in Hunan province, is the latest development in a 5 billion yuan ($786.73 million) joint-venture between Fiat and GAC, China's sixth largest auto manufacturer. Fiat' chief executive Sergio Marchionne met with representatives of Hunan and Guandong provinces to unveil the 730,000 ...

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