Fiat calls new CEO from Agnelli holding companies


MILAN, June 27 (Reuters) - Struggling Italian industrial group Fiat on Thursday appointed Gabriele Galateri, who served as chief executive in the Agnelli family's holding companies Ifi and Ifil , as a CEO. Fiat also said in a statement that Paolo Fresco, Fiat's chairman who took on the post of CEO when Paolo Cantarella resigned earlier this month, would also continue to hold the post of CEO.

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