Fiat-parent company Stellantis will start in-depth talks with the Italian government next month to finalise a broad agreement for the country's automotive industry, including higher domestic production targets. Stellantis CEO Carlos Tavares and Industry Minister Adolfo Urso said earlier this year they were working on a deal to increase the automaker's annual output in Italy to one million vehicles, without specifying a timeframe. After preliminary discussions with Stellantis, official talks would start on Dec. 6 and would also involve unions, local governments and automotive lobby group ANFIA, Urso's office said on Monday.