Fiat says confident on remaining issues in US court case

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MILAN, July 31 (Reuters) - Italian carmaker Fiat said on Wednesday it was confident unresolved issues in a Delaware court dispute with an autoworkers' healthcare trust would be resolved in its favour. Fiat won a partial victory on Tuesday in its path to a full buyout of Chrysler after a U.S. judge accepted the Italian carmaker's legal positions in two pivotal disputes with the VEBA trust that is a minority Chrysler shareholder. However, the judge stopped short ...

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