Serb car plant Zastava eyes Fiat in bid to survive


By Gordana Filipovic BELGRADE, March 25 (Reuters) - Serbia's troubled Zastava car plant will start talks with Italy's Fiat next month on possible cooperation that could help it survive, Zastava, the nation's sole producer of passenger vehicles, said on Thursday. Previous government plans to privatise the company and talks with Peugeot-Citroen Group , Toyota and Volkswagen have flopped after Zastava opposed offers to be sold cheap and then get investment to develop. With 4,500 workers who ...

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