TURIN, June 26 (Reuters) - Fiat on Thursday unveiled its a latest plan to tackle losses and slumping car sales at the Italian industrial group and carmaker. Following are the highlights of the blueprint drawn up by CEO Giuseppe Morchio for pulling the country's biggest private company out of the worst crisis in its 104-year history. FUNDING -- Capital increase of up to 1.842 billion euros in July through issue of 368.5 million new shares at five euros each. -- About seven billion ...
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