MILAN, Dec 27 (Reuters) - Italy is waiting to see what help the United States and Europe plan for carmakers and is looking more at incentives for greener cars than direct help for companies, Industry Minister Claudio Scajola told a newspaper. "We want to move ... in tandem with Europe ... naturally we all have to wait on the real move of the Americans," Scajola told Il Sole 24 Ore newspaper in an interview published on Saturday. Italy's incentives to buy less polluting new cars end on ...
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