TURIN, Italy, March 31 (Reuters) - Italy's Fiat had a first quarter in line with expectations, its chief executive officer told the annual shareholders' meeting on Monday. Sergio Marchionne added the car producer was sticking to its targets for the year. "All the targets fixed for 2008 are confirmed," Marchionne said. Fiat aims for a trading profit of up to 3.6 billion euros this year. Marchionne had said in January he would look at the targets at the end of the first quarter to see ...
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