BUENOS AIRES — Fiat SpA is pumping US$300 million into its ailing Argentine operations. Some US$20 million to US$25 million will be invested in improvements in the production line at the company's Cordoba plant to prepare for the assembly of export vehicles. Fiat, like most other automakers, is planning increased exports following the recent ratifying of a new Mercosur agreement, which will liberalize vehicle trade in Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay and Paraguay by 2006. But the Italian ...

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