MILAN, March 28 (Reuters) - Italian bank Capitalia does not intend to make publisher De Agostini sell a 6.6 percent stake in the bank held by insurer Toro that the publisher had recently acquired, Capitalia's director general said on Friday. "There is no intention to make (De Agostini) sell Toro's stake in Capitali to anyone," Matteo Arpe said during a press conference. Unlisted De Agostini last week won a bid for Fiat's insurer Toro which holds a 6.6 percent stake in Capitalia.
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