Alfa Romeo will return to the U.S. car market in late 2003 or early 2004, parent company Fiat SpA says, led by a completely redesigned Spider. The disclosure reinforces a decision made by Fiat last March when the Italian automaker formed a strategic alliance with General Motors Corp. The deal, in which GM took a 20% stake in Fiat in exchange for 5.1% of GM common stock worth $2.4 billion, among other things insured Alfa would return to the U.S., both sides said at the time. GM and Fiat ...
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