* Auto industry presses government for help * Industry hopes for three-year incentives scheme * Fiat not involved, does now want incentives By Stefano Rebaudo MILAN, May 31 (Reuters) - Italy is considering a new car incentive plan to boost sales as its automotive market carees towards its fifth annual decline and Prime Minister Mario Monti's government comes under pressure to stimulate a struggling economy. A toxic brew of a weak economy, tight credit conditions, the highest petrol prices ...
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