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August 21st, 2006

Fiat selects PML to develop laser exhaust monitor

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Fiat SpA (NYSE; LSE:FIA; Milan:FIAT) has selected Israeli start-up PML (Particle Monitoring Technologies Ltd.), based at Kinarot-Jordan Valley Technology Incubator, to head a research consortium, financed under the EU Sixth Framework Progamme for Research and Development. PML develops industrial laser-based particles monitoring systems.

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