Italy holds talks with its struggling auto industry

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ROME, Jan 28 (Reuters) - Italy's government meets with car industry representatives on Wednesday amid mounting calls for help to stop sales sliding, in a crisis that threatens the survival of Fiat SpA, the country's biggest manufacturer. Ahead of the meeting due to start at 1730 GMT, Fiat executives met ministers late on Tuesday to lobby for incentives to get drivers buying cars again. Fiat CEO Sergio Marchionne has said 60,000 jobs are at risk if nothing is done to help. Prime Minister ...

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