TURIN – A key component in Fiat SpA’s successful bid last week to acquire beleaguered Carrozzeria Bertone SpA was a promise to retain jobs and produce Chrysler-brand niche vehicles at the contract-manufacturer’s plant here. Italian Industry Minister Claudio Scajola approved the sale to Fiat, saying the decision to turn the manufacturing operations over to the Italian car maker “is based on the return of all the 1,137 workers still on the payroll of Carrozzeria Bertone...and the production ...

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