* Fiat, Chrysler to jointly invest over 1 billion euros * To make high-range SUV for Alfa Romeo, Jeep brands * Shares down 3 percent (Adds details, quote, sahres) TURIN, Nov 26 (Reuters) - Italian carmaker Fiat is setting up a joint venture with U.S. peer Chrysler to make top-of-the-range SUV cars at its Mirafiori plant in Turin, as part of its plans to boost production in Italy. Italy's largest industrial group, which owns 20 percent of U.S.-based Chrysler, said the plan would ...
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