MILAN, July 31 (Reuters) - Fiat's operating loss shrank to 25 million euros in the second quarter of the year from 127 million euros a year ago, it said on Thursday, much better than an analysts' estimate of a 74.5 million euro loss. Fiat's core car unit -- which triggered the group's worst crisis last year -- narrowed its second-quarter operating loss to 234 million euros from 394 million a year ago. A Reuters poll of analysts had forecast Fiat Auto would lose 253 million euros. Group ...
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