ROME, Oct 30 (Reuters) - The Italian government on Wednesday asked struggling automaker Fiat to specify whether it intended to reopen a factory in Sicily after a planned year-long stoppage. Fiat's plans to shutter its plant in Termini Imerese, Sicily, have been a particular sore spot with Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi's centre-right government because the impoverished island is one of its strongest power bases. "We have asked Fiat to do the utmost to guarantee a more certain future ...
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