* Reports see Italy incentives worth up to 1.2 bln eur * Suppliers Bosch, GKN downbeat on 2009 * Spain's ANFAC says 2009 sales could fall to 900,000 units By Helen Massy-Beresford, European Autos Correspondent PARIS, Jan 28 (Reuters) - Italy's carmakers, seeking aid to ease a crisis that threatens Fiat SpA's survival, prepared to meet ministers on Wednesday as two key parts suppliers to the auto sector warned of further cutbacks in 2009. As UK-based carmakers digested Tuesday's ...
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