Hollywood heroes roped into rescue Italy's Fiat

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MILAN, Nov 25 (Reuters) - Can a "Top Gun" and a tight-lipped loner out of the Old West help rescue the fortunes of Italian carmaker Fiat on a "Mission Impossible" to learn English? Fiat has indirectly enlisted Hollywood stars like Tom Cruise and Clint Eastwood to help lift the carmaker out of a slump by by showing their films to improve the English of its workers. Part of the troubled Italian firm's rescue plan is to become more international and in a new drive to boost employee language ...

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