GRAZ, Austria – Struggling Serbian car maker Zastava Automobili a.d. may assemble Fiat Punto cars. Negotiations between Zastava and Italy's Fiat Auto SpA are under way, Ljubisa Jovanovic, Serbia's assistant minister for the economy, confirms here on the sidelines of a supplier conference. Zastava would build current Punto. Jovanovic says talks center around assembly of the current Punto, not the next-generation model Fiat will launch later this year. Fiat and Zastava are long-time ...

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