MILAN, May 30 (Reuters) - Fiat's major creditor banks will do their part to support the carmaker's turnaround efforts after the death of chairman Umberto Agnelli, senior bankers said in interviews published on Sunday. Agnelli's death from cancer on Thursday raised questions about the group's strategy and the possibility of creditors increasing their role in defining the future of the world's 10th biggest carmaker. The Agnellis currently own 30 percent of Italy's largest industrial group, ...
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