NEW YORK – Serbian President Boris Tadic and a top deputy will meet with Fiat Automobiles SpA CEO Sergio Marchionne in Turin, Italy, next month to preview a second model to be produced at the Kragujevac, Serbia, plant. Fiat invested $1.2 billion in the facility that's built on the site of the old Zastava Vozila factory that once produced the Yugo. Unlike the shabby Zastava plant, the new facility is up to world-class standards, equaling those in 203 other plants the Italian auto maker ...

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