TURIN, Aug 31 (Reuters) - Fiat will see a turnaround in the fourth quarter when sales of its restyled Punto model will prove crucial to results, the group's chief executive said on Wednesday. Earlier this month, Fiat unveiled a three-year industrial plan that included investments of 9.6 billion euros ($11.83 billion) and the launch of new cars including a revamped version of the best-selling Punto. "The group is pulling ahead, and the performance of the new Punto in the last part of this ...
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