*Industry incentives expire at end of year *Prime Minister says they could be extended *Fiat CEO says Berlusconi's comment "encouraging" (Adds details, Fiat response, background) ROME, Sept 30 (Reuters) - Italy is ready to extend vehicle buying incentives to help the auto industry beyond the end of this year if necessary, said Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi on Wednesday, in response to lobbying from Fiat and other carmakers. Asked on Italian TV about Fiat chief executive Sergio ...
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