PORTLAND, ME – Fiat SpA, which is seeking to set up a North American vehicle assembly operation, has made at least one on-site inspection of Chrysler LLC’s doomed plant in Newark, DE. Chrysler has scheduled the plant for closure in 2009 as part of a restructuring initiative announced last year. Meanwhile, Fiat has announced it plans to market cars in the U.S. under its Alfa Romeo brand, in the 2010-2011 time frame. Newark is home to production of the Dodge Durango and Chrysler Aspen ...

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