MILAN, Oct 31 (Reuters) - Italian truck and tractor maker Fiat Industrial said on Wednesday its third quarter trading profit rose 91 percent over the year-ago period, with strong performance of its agricultural equipment driving growth. As a result, it upped its full-year 2012 targets for group revenue to over 25 billion euros (from 25 billion euros) and trading profit to more than 2 billion euros from a previous range of 1.90-2.0 billion euros. The company, ...
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