Fiat sees 2002 Italy mkt share in line with 2001

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PARIS, Sept 26 (Reuters) - Struggling Italian automaker Fiat expects to maintain its market share in Italy at 30-31 percent in 2002, in line with 2001, a Fiat spokesman said on Thursday. The spokesman said government incentives would boost total car sales in Italy by 60-70,000 units, while Fiat itself would see an increase of around 25,000 vehicles.

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