* CEO says world has changed profoundly * Says November sales were as expected * Says up to government to decide on incentives (Adds details, background) By Gianni Montani TURIN, Nov 20 (Reuters) - Fiat SpA may have to close factories in Italy, given sharp falls in auto sales which have changed the sector dramatically, Chief Executive Sergio Marchionne said on Friday. Keeping all the factories open "is a request that is not feasible," Marchionne, who is also head of U.S. car ...
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