WALLUF, Germany — Fiat Auto SpA is undertaking an aggressive growth strategy targeting sales of 3 million cars annually by 2003 and 4 million per year by 2008, says Chief Executive Roberto Testore. Fiat currently sells about 2.5 million vehicles annually worldwide. Speaking to a select group of journalists here on the eve of the opening of the September Frankfurt auto show, Testore says to get there from here Fiat is working on a plan to enrich its volume brands — Alfa, Lancia and Fiat — ...

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