TURIN – Alfa Romeo Automobile SpA releases pictures of its upcoming 147 replacement, but immediately issues a follow-up statement saying the car won’t be called the Milano as planned. Fiat SpA CEO Sergio Marchionne apparently made an 11th-hour decision to scrap the Milano name as a result of controversy surrounding the auto maker’s plans to move Alfa production from the Arese, Italy, plant in suburban Milan to the auto maker’s facility in Turin. With production shifting, only Alfa ...

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