(Adds details) By Tonia Mastrobuoni ROME, Nov 27 (Reuters) - Talks between Fiat and the Italian government on the crisis-hit automaker's revival plan showed signs on Wednesday that the sides were narrowing their differences and that a softened job-cutting plan would go ahead. Roland Berger, a key adviser to the industry minister on the crisis at Italy's largest private employer, endorsed the plan, saying it would help the loss-making company compete effectively against other automakers ...
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