Fiat says Serbia delays won't affect 500L launch


MILAN, Aug 27 (Reuters) - Fiat's new 500L car will be launched as scheduled in September despite possible infrastructure delays at Fiat's Kragujevac plant in Serbia where the car is being built, a company spokesman said on Monday. Serbia's new government is behind schedule on a 60 million euro ($75.10 million) payment to Fiat for the factory, Italian media reported, as well as late in building an access road linking the factory, which is 150 kilometres south of Belgrade, to a ...

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