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ITALY-VOTE/MONTI
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December 20, 2012
Employees of Fiat SpA works next to "Punto" cars at the Fiat plant in the southern city of Melfi December...
Melfi, Italy
Employees of Fiat SpA works next to "Punto" cars at the Fiat plant in the southern city of Melfi
Employees of Fiat SpA works next to "Punto" cars at the Fiat plant in the southern city of Melfi December 20, 2012. Prime Minister Mario Monti on Thursday warned Italians against throwing away the results achieved by his technocrat government as parliament took another step towards approving the 2013 budget which will pave the way to a February election. REUTERS/Ciro De Luca (ITALY - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
ITALY-VOTE/MONTI
RTR3BS7E
December 20, 2012
"Punto" cars are seen at the Fiat plant in the southern city of Melfi December 20, 2012. Prime Minister...
Melfi, Italy
"Punto" cars are seen at the Fiat plant in the southern city of Melfi
"Punto" cars are seen at the Fiat plant in the southern city of Melfi December 20, 2012. Prime Minister Mario Monti on Thursday warned Italians against throwing away the results achieved by his technocrat government as parliament took another step towards approving the 2013 budget which will pave the way to a February election. REUTERS/Ciro De Luca (ITALY - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
ITALY-VOTE/MONTI
RTR3BS6K
December 20, 2012
Employee of Fiat SpA works on a "Punto" car at the Fiat plant in the southern city of Melfi December...
Melfi, Italy
Employee of Fiat SpA works on a "Punto" car at the Fiat plant in the southern city of Melfi
Employee of Fiat SpA works on a "Punto" car at the Fiat plant in the southern city of Melfi December 20, 2012. Prime Minister Mario Monti on Thursday warned Italians against throwing away the results achieved by his technocrat government as parliament took another step towards approving the 2013 budget which will pave the way to a February election.
REUTERS/Ciro De Luca (ITALY - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
SERBIA/
RTR2BSPM
March 18, 2010
An employee works on the body of a Fiat Punto at a Fiat factory assembly line in the central Serbian...
Kragujevac, Serbia
Employee works on body of Fiat Punto at Fiat factory assembly line in Kragujevac
An employee works on the body of a Fiat Punto at a Fiat factory assembly line in the central Serbian town of Kragujevac, some 120 km (75 miles) south of Belgrade, March 18, 2010. Italy's Fiat has invested 100 million euros out of 700 million euros pledged in Fiat Automobili Srbija, a venture co-held by the Serbian government, designed to establish a car production base in the heart of the EU-hopeful country. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
SERBIA/
RTR2BSPI
March 18, 2010
An employee works on the body of a Fiat Punto at a Fiat factory assembly line in the central Serbian...
Kragujevac, Serbia
Employee works on body of Fiat Punto at Fiat factory assembly line in Kragujevac
An employee works on the body of a Fiat Punto at a Fiat factory assembly line in the central Serbian town of Kragujevac, some 120 km (75 miles) south of Belgrade, March 18, 2010. Italy's Fiat has invested 100 million euros out of 700 million euros pledged in Fiat Automobili Srbija, a venture co-held by the Serbian government, designed to establish a car production base in the heart of the EU-hopeful country. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
SERBIA/
RTR2BSPD
March 18, 2010
An employee carries out welding on the body of a Fiat Punto at a Fiat factory assembly line in the central...
Kragujevac, Serbia
Employee carries out welding on body of Fiat Punto at Fiat factory assembly line in Kragujevac
An employee carries out welding on the body of a Fiat Punto at a Fiat factory assembly line in the central Serbian town of Kragujevac, some 120 km (75 miles) south of Belgrade, March 18, 2010. Italy's Fiat has invested 100 million euros out of 700 million euros pledged in Fiat Automobili Srbija, a venture co-held by the Serbian government, designed to establish a car production base in the heart of the EU-hopeful country. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
SERBIA/
RTR2BSP2
March 18, 2010
An employee works on the body of a Fiat Punto at a Fiat factory assembly line in the central Serbian...
Kragujevac, Serbia
Employee works on body of Fiat Punto at Fiat factory assembly line in Kragujevac
An employee works on the body of a Fiat Punto at a Fiat factory assembly line in the central Serbian town of Kragujevac, some 120 km (75 miles) south of Belgrade, March 18, 2010. Italy's Fiat has invested 100 million euros out of 700 million euros pledged in Fiat Automobili Srbija, a venture co-held by the Serbian government, designed to establish a car production base in the heart of the EU-hopeful country. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
SERBIA/
RTR2BSOQ
March 18, 2010
A worker adjusts the logo on a new Fiat Punto at a Fiat factory assembly line in the central Serbian...
Kragujevac, Serbia
Worker adjusts logo on new Fiat Punto at Fiat factory assembly line in Kragujevac
A worker adjusts the logo on a new Fiat Punto at a Fiat factory assembly line in the central Serbian town of Kragujevac, some 120 km (75 miles) south of Belgrade, March 18, 2010. Italy's Fiat has invested 100 million euros out of 700 million euros pledged in Fiat Automobili Srbija, a venture co-held by the Serbian government, designed to establish a car production base in the heart of the EU-hopeful country. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
SERBIA/
RTR2BSOL
March 18, 2010
A worker adjusts the logo on a new Fiat Punto at a Fiat factory assembly line in the central Serbian...
Kragujevac, Serbia
Worker adjusts logo on new Fiat Punto at Fiat factory assembly line in Kragujevac
A worker adjusts the logo on a new Fiat Punto at a Fiat factory assembly line in the central Serbian town of Kragujevac, some 120 km (75 miles) south of Belgrade, March 18, 2010. Italy's Fiat has invested 100 million euros out of 700 million euros pledged in Fiat Automobili Srbija, a venture co-held by the Serbian government, designed to establish a car production base in the heart of the EU-hopeful country. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
SERBIA/
RTR2BSOI
March 18, 2010
Logo plates for a new Fiat Punto car are seen at a Fiat factory assembly line in the central Serbian...
Kragujevac, Serbia
Logo plates for new Fiat Punto car are seen at Fiat factory assembly line in Kragujevac
Logo plates for a new Fiat Punto car are seen at a Fiat factory assembly line in the central Serbian town of Kragujevac, some 120 km (75 miles) south of Belgrade, March 18, 2010. Italy's Fiat has invested 100 million euros out of 700 million euros pledged in Fiat Automobili Srbija, a venture co-held by the Serbian government, designed to establish a car production base in the heart of the EU-hopeful country. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
SERBIA/
RTR2BSO5
March 18, 2010
A worker affixes the logo to a new Fiat Punto at a Fiat factory assembly line in the central Serbian...
Kragujevac, Serbia
Worker affixes the logo to a new Fiat Punto at Fiat factory assembly line in Kragujevac
A worker affixes the logo to a new Fiat Punto at a Fiat factory assembly line in the central Serbian town of Kragujevac, some 120 km (75 miles) south of Belgrade, March 18, 2010. Italy's Fiat has invested 100 million euros out of 700 million euros pledged in Fiat Automobili Srbija, a venture co-held by the Serbian government, designed to establish a car production base in the heart of the EU-hopeful country. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
AUTOSHOW/
RTR27V50
September 15, 2009
The new introduced "Punto Evo" of Italian car manufacturer Fiat is seen during the media day at the international...
Frankfurt, Germany
The new introduced "Punto Evo" of Italian car manufacturer Fiat is seen during the media day at the international...
The new introduced "Punto Evo" of Italian car manufacturer Fiat is seen during the media day at the international car show "IAA" in Frankfurt, September 15, 2009. The world's biggest auto show will run until September 27. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
FIAT/MINISTER
RTXHQY6
May 16, 2009
Fiat group workers walk next to a Fiat Punto car during a rally in Turin May 16, 2009. Italian car maker...
Turin, Italy
Fiat group workers walk next to a Fiat Punto car during a rally in Turin
Fiat group workers walk next to a Fiat Punto car during a rally in Turin May 16, 2009. Italian car maker Fiat SpA gave assurances it would not cut jobs nor close plants when the government approved incentives to buy cars, Italy's Industry Minister Claudio Scajola was quoted as saying on Saturday. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo(ITALY TRANSPORT BUSINESS CONFLICT)
BELGIUM AUTO SHOW
RTR17YUV
January 10, 2006
A model poses for a photograph next to a Fiat Punto at the European Auto Show in Brussels January 10,...
Brussels, Belgium
Model poses for photograph next to Fiat Punto at European Auto Show in Brussels
A model poses for a photograph next to a Fiat Punto at the European Auto Show in Brussels January 10, 2006. The show, which is open from January 12 to January 22, is expected to attract about 750,000 visitors. REUTERS/Thierry Roge
GERMANY AUTOSHOW
RTRNS7C
September 13, 2005
Luca di Montezemolo, president of Italian car group Fiat, sits in an Abarth Fiat Punto rally car after...
Frankfurt, Germany
Fiat President Montezemolo presents Abarth Punto rally car at International car show IAA in Frankfurt....
Luca di Montezemolo, president of Italian car group Fiat, sits in an Abarth Fiat Punto rally car after its presentation at the 61st International Car Show in Frankfurt September 13, 2005. The world's biggest car show, IAA,starts with its media days and will be open to public from September 15 until September 25. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay KP/TC
ITALY ELKANN
RTR1950P
September 06, 2005
Lapo Elkann, head of Fiat's brand promotion and member of the carmaker's Agnelli founding family, poses...
Turin, Italy
File picture shows Elkann posing for the international launch of the new Fiat Punto in Turin
Lapo Elkann, head of Fiat's brand promotion and member of the carmaker's Agnelli founding family, poses with the new Fiat Punto in Turin, northern Italy, in this September 6, 2005 file picture. Elkann has been rushed in serious condition to a Turin hospital following a drug overdose, Italian media reported on Monday. Elkann is the grandson of Fiat scion Gianni Agnelli, who died in 2003, and brother of the firm's deputy chairman, John Elkann. REUTERS/Daniele La Monaca
ITALY FIAT
RTRMRPI
September 06, 2005
The new Fiat Punto car is seen during the world presentation in Turin, northern Italy, September 6, 2005....
Turin, Italy
New Fiat Punto car is seen during world presentation in Turin.
The new Fiat Punto car is seen during the world presentation in Turin, northern Italy, September 6, 2005. Fiat will strike at least one new industrial alliance in cars by the end of the year and will see group debt fall to 5 billion euros ($6.28 billion) by the end of September, CEO Sergio Marchionne said on Tuesday. The Punto is Fiat's best-selling model. REUTERS/Daniele La Monaca DLM/TY
ITALY FIAT
RTRMRNG
September 06, 2005
The logo of the new Fiat Punto car is seen during the world presentation in Turin, northern Italy, September...
Turin, Italy
Logo of the new Fiat Punto car is seen during the world presentation in Turin, northern Italy.
The logo of the new Fiat Punto car is seen during the world presentation in Turin, northern Italy, September 6, 2005. Fiat will strike at least one new industrial alliance in cars by the end of the year and will see group debt fall to 5 billion euros ($6.28 billion) by the end of September, CEO Sergio Marchionne said on Tuesday. The Punto is Fiat's best-selling model. REUTERS/Daniele La Monaca DLM/TZ
ITALY FIAT
RTRMRMP
September 06, 2005
Lapo Elkann, head of Fiat brand promotion, arrives for the international launch of the new Fiat Punto...
Turin, Italy
Elkann, head of Fiat brand promotion, arrives for international launch of new Fiat Punto in Turin.
Lapo Elkann, head of Fiat brand promotion, arrives for the international launch of the new Fiat Punto in Turin, northern Italy, September 6, 2005. Fiat will strike at least one new industrial alliance in cars by the end of the year and will see group debt fall to 5 billion euros ($6.28 billion) by the end of September, CEO Sergio Marchionne said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Daniele La Monaca DLM
ITALY FIAT
RTRMRM2
September 06, 2005
Fiat's Chief Executive Sergio Marchionne speaks during the international launch of the new Fiat Punto...
Turin, Italy
Fiat's Chief Executive Marchionne speaks during international launch of new Fiat Punto in Turin.
Fiat's Chief Executive Sergio Marchionne speaks during the international launch of the new Fiat Punto in Turin, northern Italy, September 6, 2005. Fiat will strike at least one new industrial alliance in cars by the end of the year and will see group debt fall to 5 billion euros ($6.28 billion) by the end of September, Marchionne said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Daniele La Monaca DLM/TY
ITALY FIAT
RTRMRIU
September 06, 2005
FIAT Chief Executive Sergio Marchionne speaks during the international launch of the new Fiat Punto in...
Turin, Italy
FIAT Chief Executive Marchionne speaks during international launch of new Fiat Punto in Turin.
FIAT Chief Executive Sergio Marchionne speaks during the international launch of the new Fiat Punto in Turin, northern Italy, September 6, 2005. Fiat launched its new Punto mass market car on Tuesday, hoping that the new version would help the troubled Italian firm turn the corner and, in the words of its chairman, turn heads "like a beautiful woman" to pull in the buyers. REUTERS/Daniele La Monaca DLM/TY
ITALY FIAT
RTRMRH3
September 06, 2005
Elkann, head of FIAT brand promotion, poses in front of new Fiat Punto during international launch in...
Turin, Italy
Elkann, head of FIAT brand promotion, poses in front of new Fiat Punto during international launch in...
Elkann, head of FIAT brand promotion, poses in front of new Fiat Punto during international launch in Turin. Lapo Elkann, head of FIAT brand promotion, poses in front of the new Fiat Punto during the international launch in Turin, northern Italy, September 6, 2005. Fiat is set to launch its new Punto mass market car later on Tuesday, hoping that the new version will help the troubled Italian firm turn the corner and, in the words of its chairman, turn heads "like a beautiful woman" to pull in the buyers. REUTERS/Daniele La Monaca
ITALY FIAT
RTRMRFZ
September 06, 2005
Elkann, head of FIAT brand promotion, reacts in front of new Fiat Punto during international launch in...
Turin, Italy
Elkann, head of FIAT brand promotion, reacts in front of new Fiat Punto during international launch ......
Elkann, head of FIAT brand promotion, reacts in front of new Fiat Punto during international launch in Turin. Lapo Elkann, head of FIAT brand promotion, reacts in front of the new Fiat Punto during the international launch in Turin, northern Italy, September 6, 2005. Fiat is set to launch its new Punto mass market car later on Tuesday, hoping that the new version will help the troubled Italian firm turn the corner and, in the words of its chairman, turn heads "like a beautiful woman" to pull in the buyers. REUTERS/Daniele La Monaca
ITALY FIAT
RTRMRFR
September 06, 2005
Elkann, head of FIAT brand promotion, poses in front of new Fiat Punto during international launch in...
Turin, Italy
Elkann, head of FIAT brand promotion, poses in front of new Fiat Punto during international launch in...
Elkann, head of FIAT brand promotion, poses in front of new Fiat Punto during international launch in Turin. Lapo Elkann, head of FIAT brand promotion, poses in front of the new Fiat Punto during its international launch in Turin, northern Italy, September 6, 2005. Fiat is set to launch its new Punto mass market car later on Tuesday, hoping that the new version will help the troubled Italian firm turn the corner and, in the words of its chairman, turn heads "like a beautiful woman" to pull in the buyers. REUTERS/Daniele La Monaca
ITALY FIAT
RTRMRAS
September 06, 2005
FIAT Chief Executive Sergio Marchionne reacts in front of the new Fiat Punto during the international...
Turin, Italy
FIAT Chief Executive Marchionne reacts in front of new Fiat Punto during international launch in Turin....
FIAT Chief Executive Sergio Marchionne reacts in front of the new Fiat Punto during the international launch in Turin, northern Italy, September 6, 2005. Fiat is set to launch its new Punto mass market car later on Tuesday, hoping that the new version will help the troubled Italian firm turn the corner and, in the words of its chairman, turn heads "like a beautiful woman" to pull in the buyers. REUTERS/Daniele La Monaca DLM/TY
ITALY FIAT
RTRMRAI
September 06, 2005
FIAT Chief Executive Sergio Marchionne reacts in front of the new Fiat Punto during the international...
Turin, Italy
FIAT Chief Executive Marchionne reacts in front of new Fiat Punto during international launch in Turin....
FIAT Chief Executive Sergio Marchionne reacts in front of the new Fiat Punto during the international launch in Turin, northern Italy, September 6, 2005. Fiat is set to launch its new Punto mass market car later on Tuesday, hoping that the new version will help the troubled Italian firm turn the corner and, in the words of its chairman, turn heads "like a beautiful woman" to pull in the buyers. REUTERS/Daniele La Monaca DLM/TY
ITALY
RTXNQPH
September 05, 2005
Jean Todt (L), general manager of Ferrari and director of the Racing Department, Fiat board member Andrea...
Turin, Italy
Jean Todt (L), general manager of Ferrari and director of the Racing Department, Fiat board member A.....
Jean Todt (L), general manager of Ferrari and director of the Racing Department, Fiat board member Andrea Agnelli (C) and Ferrari's world champion Michael Schumacher stand before a gala dinner organised for the presentation of the new Fiat Punto in Turin, northern Italy September 5, 2005. The Punto is Fiat's best-selling model and the company hopes a sales spurt of the new model will help pull it back into profit.
ITALY
RTXNQPG
September 05, 2005
Fiat and Ferrari Chairman Luca di Montezemolo (R) and Fiat CEO Sergio Marchionne (L) smile before a gala...
Turin, Italy
Fiat and Ferrari Chairman Luca di Montezemolo (R) and Fiat CEO Sergio Marchionne (L) smile before a .....
Fiat and Ferrari Chairman Luca di Montezemolo (R) and Fiat CEO Sergio Marchionne (L) smile before a gala dinner organised for the presentation of the new Fiat Punto in Turin, northern Italy September 5, 2005. The Punto is Fiat's best-selling model and the company hopes a sales spurt of the new model will help pull it back into profit.
ITALY FIAT
RTR1059Y
September 05, 2005
FIAT and Ferrari Chairman Montezemolo, FIAT CEO Marchionne and Ferrari's F1 world champion Schumacher...
Turin, Italy
FIAT and Ferrari Chairman Montezemolo, FIAT CEO Marchionne and Ferrari's F1 world champion Schumacher...
FIAT and Ferrari Chairman Montezemolo, FIAT CEO Marchionne and Ferrari's F1 world champion Schumacher stand during a gala dinner in Turin, Italy. FIAT and Ferrari Chairman Luca di Montezemolo (L), FIAT CEO Sergio Marchionne (C) and Ferrari's Formula One world champion Michael Schumacher stand during a gala dinner organised for the presentation of the new Fiat Punto in Turin, northern Italy September 5, 2005. The Punto is Fiat's best-selling model and the company hopes a sales spurt of the new model will help pull it back into profit. REUTERS/Daniele La Monaca
ITALY FIAT
RTR1050C
September 05, 2005
Todt, general manager of Ferrari, Fiat board member Agnelli and Ferrari's Schumacher stand before a gala...
Turin, Italy
Todt, general manager of Ferrari, Fiat board member Agnelli and Ferrari's Schumacher stand before a ......
Todt, general manager of Ferrari, Fiat board member Agnelli and Ferrari's Schumacher stand before a gala dinner in Turin. Jean Todt (L), general manager of Ferrari and director of the Racing Department, Fiat board member Andrea Agnelli (C) and Ferrari's world champion Michael Schumacher stand before a gala dinner organised for the presentation of the new Fiat Punto in Turin, northern Italy September 5, 2005. The Punto is Fiat's best-selling model and the company hopes a sales spurt of the new model will help pull it back into profit. REUTERS/Daniele La Monaca
ITALY FIAT
RTR104ZQ
September 05, 2005
Fiat and Ferrari Chairman Luca di Montezemolo (R) meets Ferrari world champion Michael Schumacher before...
Turin, Italy
Ferrari Chairman Montezemolo meets Ferrari world champion Schumacher before a gala dinner in Turin, Italy....
Fiat and Ferrari Chairman Luca di Montezemolo (R) meets Ferrari world champion Michael Schumacher before a gala dinner organised for the presentation of the new Fiat Punto in Turin, northern Italy September 5, 2005. The Punto is Fiat's best-selling model and the company hopes a sales spurt of the new model will help pull it back into profit. REUTERS/Daniele La Monaca DLM/JJ
ITALY FIAT
RTRMQ2A
September 05, 2005
FIAT and Ferrari Chairman Montezemolo speaks during gala dinner organised for presentation of new Fiat...
Turin, Italy
FIAT and Ferrari Chairman Montezemolo speaks during gala dinner organised for presentation of new ......
FIAT and Ferrari Chairman Montezemolo speaks during gala dinner organised for presentation of new Fiat Punto in Turin, Italy. FIAT and Ferrari Chairman Luca Cordero di Montezemolo speaks during a gala dinner organised for the presentation of the new Fiat Punto in Turin, northern Italy September 5, 2005. The Punto is Fiat's best-selling model and the company hopes a sales spurt of the new model will help pull it back into profit. REUTERS/Daniele La Monaca
ITALY FIAT
RTRMQ24
September 05, 2005
FIAT and Ferrari Chairman Montezemolo speaks during gala dinner organised for the presentation of new...
Turin, Italy
FIAT and Ferrari Chairman Montezemolo speaks during gala dinner organised for the presentation of new...
FIAT and Ferrari Chairman Montezemolo speaks during gala dinner organised for the presentation of new Fiat Punto in Turin, Italy. FIAT and Ferrari Chairman Luca di Montezemolo speaks during a gala dinner organised for the presentation of the new Fiat Punto in Turin, northern Italy September 5, 2005. The Punto is Fiat's best-selling model and the company hopes a sales spurt of the new model will help pull it back into profit. REUTERS/Daniele La Monaca
ITALY FIAT
RTRMPXY
September 05, 2005
Fiat Vice-Chairman John Elkann (L) and Italian car designer Giorgetto Giugiaro shake hands before a gala...
Turin, Italy
Fiat Vice-Chairman Elkann and Italian car designer Giugiaro shake hands in Turin.
Fiat Vice-Chairman John Elkann (L) and Italian car designer Giorgetto Giugiaro shake hands before a gala dinner organised for the presentation of the new Fiat Punto in Turin, northern Italy September 5, 2005. The Punto is Fiat's best-selling model and the company hopes a sales spurt of the new model will help pull it back into profit. REUTERS/Daniele La Monaca DLM/JJ
ITALY FIAT
RTRMPW6
September 05, 2005
Fiat and Ferrari Chairman Luca di Montezemolo (R) and Fiat CEO Sergio Marchionne (L) smile before a gala...
Turin, Italy
Ferrari Chairman Montezemolo and Fiat CEO Marchionne smile before a gala dinner in Turin, Italy.
Fiat and Ferrari Chairman Luca di Montezemolo (R) and Fiat CEO Sergio Marchionne (L) smile before a gala dinner organised for the presentation of the new Fiat Punto in Turin,northern Italy September 5, 2005. The Punto is Fiat's best-selling model and the company hopes a sales spurt of the new model will help pull it back into profit. REUTERS/Daniele La Monaca DLM/JJ
SPORT RALLYING
RTRRKB8
June 04, 2004
French Mathieu Biasion speeds his Fiat Punto through a creek in the Pavliani I special stage during the...
Pavliani, Greece
BIASION OF FRANCE DRIVES HIS FIAT IN THE FIRST LEG OF THE ACROPOLIS RALLY OF GREECE.
French Mathieu Biasion speeds his Fiat Punto through a creek in the Pavliani I special stage during the first leg of the Acropolis Rally of Greece, June 4, 2004. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis YB/CRB
AACHEN
RTRM0GQ
April 18, 2003
CHILDREN'S SHOES HANG FROM THE REAR MIRROR OF A BLACK FIAT PUNTO WHICH
CONTAINED TWO MEN SUSPECTED OF...
Oensingen, Switzerland
CHILDREN'S SHOES HANG FROM THE REAR MIRROR OF A BLACK FIAT PUNTO WHICH
CONTAINED TWO MEN ...
CHILDREN'S SHOES HANG FROM THE REAR MIRROR OF A BLACK FIAT PUNTO WHICH
CONTAINED TWO MEN SUSPECTED OF MURDERING TWO CHILDREN IN AACHEN.
ITALY AUTOS FIAT
RTRBWD6
October 10, 2002
A Fiat Punto remains locked to its truck as Fiat car workers stand guard as
they block a highway outside...
Palermo, Italy
FIAT CAR WORKERS BLOCK A HIGHWAY OUTSIDE A FIAT FACTORY IN PALERMO.
A Fiat Punto remains locked to its truck as Fiat car workers stand guard as
they block a highway outside a Fiat factory in southern Italy's Sicialian
capital of Palermo October 10, 2002. Thousands of angry Fiat workers marched
to protest the automakers plan to lay off more than 20 percent of its
Italian workforce even as markets worried the cutbacks were too small to
stem losses. REUTERS/Tony Gentile

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EUROPE
RTXJJML
February 24, 2000
International Automobile Federation President Max Mosley (C) speaks during a news conference with Luc...
Brussels, Belgium
International Automobile Federation President Max Mosley (C) speaks during a news conference with Lu.....
International Automobile Federation President Max Mosley (C) speaks during a news conference with Luc Werring, (R) Head of the Road Safety European Commision, before the presentation of European car crash test results at the Autoworld museum in Brussels February 24.[ Seven new supermini models were tested while the Fiat Punto and the Volkswagen Lupo, won the top four-star rating in the tests] conducted by the European New Car Assessment Programme (EuroNCAP). However, European consumer associations urged carmakers and the European Union to improve car designs after crash tests showed some vehicles posed a risk to passengers and pedestrians.
EUROPE
RTXJJMH
February 24, 2000
International Automobile Federation President Max Mosley (R) speaks with Luc Werring, (L) Head of the...
Brussels, Belgium
International Automobile Federation President Max Mosley (R) speaks with Luc Werring, (L) Head of th.....
International Automobile Federation President Max Mosley (R) speaks with Luc Werring, (L) Head of the Road Safety European Commission, next to a crashed Fiat Punto at the presentation of European car crash test results at the Autoworld museum in Brussels February 24. [Seven new supermini models -- Fiat Punto, Volkswagen Lupo, Mcc Smart, Hyundai Atoz, Vauxhall Corsa, Honda Logo and Lancia Ypsilon had been tested. The Fiat Punto and the Volkswagen Lupo, won the top four-star rating in the test ] conducted by the European New Car Assessment Programme (EuroNCAP). However, European consumer associations urged carmakers and the European Union to improve car designs after crash tests showed some vehicles posed a risk to passengers and pedestrians.
EUROPE CARS
RTRSJRS
February 24, 2000
International Automobile Federation President Max Mosley (C) speaks during a news cobnference with Luc...
Brussels, Belgium - Kingdom of
MOSLEY SPEAKS WITH HEAD OF THE ROAD SAFETY EUROPEAN COMMISSION.
International Automobile Federation President Max Mosley (C) speaks during a news cobnference with Luc Werring, (R) Head of the Road Safety European Commision, before the presentation of European car crash test results at the Autoworld museum in Brussels February 24. Seven new supermini models were tested while the Fiat Punto and the Volkswagen Lupo, won the top four-star rating in the tests conducted by the European New Car Assessment Programme (EuroNCAP). However, European consumer associations urged carmakers and the European Union to improve car designs after crash tests showed some vehicles posed a risk to passengers and pedestrians.

OHO
EUROPE CARS
RTRSJRM
February 24, 2000
FIA PRESIDENT MAX MOSLEY SPEAKS WITH THE HEAD OF THE ROAD SAFETY EUROPEAN COMMISSION NEXT TO A CRASHED...
Brussels, Belgium - Kingdom of
FIA PRESIDENT MAX MOSLEY SPEAKS WITH THE HEAD OF THE ROAD SAFETY EUROPEAN COMMISSION NEXT TO A ...
FIA PRESIDENT MAX MOSLEY SPEAKS WITH THE HEAD OF THE ROAD SAFETY EUROPEAN COMMISSION NEXT TO A CRASHED CAR.


International Automobile Federation President Max Mosley (R) speaks with Luc Werring, (L) Head of the Road Safety European Commission, next to a crashed Fiat Punto at the presentation of European car crash test results at the Autoworld museum in Brussels February 24. Seven new supermini models - Fiat Punto, Volkswagen Lupo, Mcc Smart, Hyundai Atoz, Vauxhall Corsa, Honda Logo and Lancia Ypsilon had been tested. The Fiat Punto and the Volkswagen Lupo, won the top four-star rating in the test conducted by the European New Car Assessment Programme (EuroNCAP). However, European consumer associations urged carmakers and the European Union to improve car designs after crash tests showed some vehicles posed a risk to passengers and pedestrians.
FIAT
RTXJ9CX
October 19, 1999
The new Fiat Punto supermini, marking the Italian company's centenary, is displayed at the British motorshow...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
The new Fiat Punto supermini, marking the Italian company's centenary, is displayed at the British m.....
The new Fiat Punto supermini, marking the Italian company's centenary, is displayed at the British motorshow October 19. The Punto is the first mass-production car to have programmable electric power steering as standard.
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BRITAIN MOTORSHOW
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October 19, 1999
The new Fiat Punto supermini, marking the Italian company's centenary, is displayed at the British motorshow...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
THE NEW FIAT PUNTO IS DISPLAYED AT THE BRITISH MOTORSHOW.
The new Fiat Punto supermini, marking the Italian company's centenary, is displayed at the British motorshow October 19. The Punto is the first mass-production car to have programmable electric power steering as standard.

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