MILAN, Sept 30 (Reuters) - Italy is ready to offer new incentives for the car sector if necessary, Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi told SkyTg24 on Wednesday. "If when (the present incentives) expire at the end of the year it will be necessary or helpful the government will not pull back," Berlusconi told SkyTg24 in a telephone interview. Fiat Chief Executive Sergio Marchionne has said that if incentives are not renewed the consequences for the sector could be very bad. ...
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