MILAN, Feb 28 (Reuters) - Italy's IFIL said on Wednesday it had appealed against a 16 million euro ($21.15 million) fine from the market regulator for misleading the market on a complex transaction to keep Fiat's founding family in control of the automaker. IFIL , the holding company for the Agnelli family, said in a statement it had filed its appeal earlier in the day with a court in Turin, the northwestern city where Fiat and the family are based. Consob accused IFIL of misleading the ...
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