VIENNA – Fiat Auto SpA and Serbia’s Zastava Vozila group sign an agreement for the assembly of the current-generation Fiat Punto. Zastava will assemble the Punto cars at its Zastava Automobili a.d. plant in Kragujevac from complete-knocked-down kits sourced from Italy. Fiat Punto Serbian press releases say the start of assembly is expected in 12 months. However, a Fiat statement targets first-quarter 2007 for this launch. Zastava expects to assemble about 16,000 Puntos annually ...

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