ROME, March 31 (Reuters) - Italian Industry Minister Antonio Marzano said on Monday he favoured extending eco-incentives for the auto sector which expire today and hinted a decision could come from a cabinet meeting scheduled for Friday. The government put in place incentives around a year ago to encourage people to trade in old cars and buy new eco-friendly models. They were originally due to expire at the end of 2002 but were extended to the end of March. "We haven't yet discussed it. ...
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