In this image taken Monday, Sept. 20, 2010, an old FIAT car sits in a garage in Kragujevac, some 100 kilometers (70 miles) south of Belgrade, Serbia. Sergio Marchionne's ambitious project to build 6 ... more 
In this image taken Monday, Sept. 20, 2010, an old FIAT car sits in a garage in Kragujevac, some 100 kilometers (70 miles) south of Belgrade, Serbia. Sergio Marchionne's ambitious project to build 6 million cars a year by 2014 together with Chrysler may be running into resistance from unions in Italy reluctant to adapt to new ways. But there are workers in this economically depressed southern Serbian town ready to sign on. Facing intransigence back home in Italy, Turin-based Fiat is ramping up plans for the sprawling communist-era Zastava plant in Serbia, plowing $700 million into hazardous waste cleanup and new assembly lines that will soon put some 3,000 people to work. less 
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Associated Press | Photo By Marko Drobnjakovic
Fri, Oct 15, 2010 6:06 PM EDT