MILAN, June 19 (Reuters) - Sales of new cars continue to be weak in Italy, Fiat Chief Executive Sergio Marchionne said on Thursday. New car registrations fell 17.6 percent in May, down for a fifth straight month, according to figures released by Italy's transport ministry. Marchionne was speaking to reporters at the launch of the MiTo, a new car by Alfa Romeo, one of the Italian industrial group's brands. (Reporting by Gilles Castonguay)
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