UPDATE 1-Italy may be asked to intervene in Fiat-Berlusconi

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(Adds quote, details) ROME, Dec 30 (Reuters) - Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi said on Monday the government could be called upon to help troubled carmaker Fiat but would respect laws of the European Union laws if it did so. "If it becomes necessary, the government may be called upon for renewed interventions (in Fiat) but only in accordance with EU law," Berlusconi said at his year-end press conference. The EU tightly regulates state aid to companies to protect against ...

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