ROME, Oct 26 (Reuters) - Fiat and General Motors Corp said on Sunday they had agreed to delay by one year the start date of an option held by the Italian group to sell the remainder of its car arm to GM. GM and Fiat said in a joint statement that the U.S. company had alleged that the sale of assets of the financing business of Fiat Auto violated the put deal while Fiat said it had not breached the option and considered it still effective. "The first agreement shifts the put period by one ...
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