Fiat to start making 200,000 cars in Serbia in 2010


By Gordana Filipovic BELGRADE, Sept 29 (Reuters) - Italy's Fiat will start making 200,000 cars in Serbia in 2010, as part of a billion-dollar joint venture launched on Monday, fanning hopes that the biggest investment in years will revive Serbia's car industry. Investment in Serbia is also part of Fiat's response to a changing global market, its chief executive Sergio Marchionne said after signing the accord with Serbian officials in Belgrade. "Regardless of world economic ...

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