(Adds details, share price) ROME, Dec 28 (Reuters) - Italians are getting an extra year of tax breaks on new, less polluting cars, Infrastructure Minister Antonio Di Pietro said on Friday. News of the decision at the cabinet's final meeting of the year sent Fiat trading more than 2 percent higher. At 1438 GMT, its stock was up 2.42 percent at 17.69 euros, making it the best performer in Milan's main S&P/MIB index . Di Pietro gave no details after announcing the decision to ...
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