TURIN, Italy, Aug 1 (Reuters) - Fiat shareholders have approved the Italian carmaker's and its U.S. unit Chrysler's incorporation into a Dutch-registered entity on Friday, a move aimed at boosting the world's seventh-largest auto group's appeal with foreign investors and paving the way for a U.S. share listing. The move was approved by a two-thirds majority, with 8 percent of all of Fiat's shareholders voting against. Should all those that voted against the merger ...
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