TURIN, Italy — China's daunting economy and falling car sales are not deterring Fiat SpA from doing business in the country, says Roberto Testore, chief executive of Fiat Auto, at the company's 100th anniversary celebration last month. Instead, China's huge possibilities are calling the Italian automaker. “The current state of sales is clearly not suited to potential sales in China,” he says. “We know we are facing a market where demand will explode.” Fiat recently began production of ...

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