STRASBOURG, France – On the 108th anniversary of Fiat Automobile SpA’s birth July 11, Fiat Group CEO Sergio Marchionne meets with an informal group of European Parliament and European Commission members in the European Parliament Building here to argue the push for a massive improvement in fuel efficiency by 2012 is a mistake that could drive the automotive industry out of Europe. There is irony in his position. Fiat, itself, likely could meet the proposed fleet carbon dioxide average ...
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