Turin, September 12 - The head of Italy's biggest trade confederation on Thursday called on the government to consider introducing policies to bring new carmakers to the Eurozone's third-largest economy, so as to offset the grip Fiat - Italy's largest carmaker - has on the local labour and production market. "We ask the government to make Fiat face up to its responsibilities, but we also propose another issue: can we not imagine the introduction of policies that could attract another producer?" GCIL chief Susanna Camusso said. "Isn't it about time we stop thinking that producing cars in our country only means Fiat, and to recognize the fact that Fiat's dominance in this sector here has penalized us, and to start initiating the introduction of policies that could attract another producer?" Camusso added.
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