Serbia says deal to assemble Fiat cars due in Sept


BELGRADE, July 29 (Reuters) - Serbia's sole car manufacturer Zastava is due to sign a final agreement with Italy's Fiat in early September to start assembling its top-selling Punto car, officials said. Economy Minister Predrag Bubalo told Serbian media late on Thursday that the agreement had just been signed in Turin, with the final deal due in September. "The agreement envisages a full licence to assemble Punto at the Zastava plant. Gradually, Zastava will start producing each part of ...

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