Fiat seen raising fresh cash after Agnelli death


By William Schomberg and Christian Plumb MILAN, Jan 27 (Reuters) - Fiat, mourning former chairman and patriarch Gianni Agnelli, has no time to lose as it seeks fresh cash to fix stricken car arm Fiat Auto, analysts and investors said on Monday. Fiat Auto made an operating loss of about 1.3 billion euros last year, pushing the group into the red, and Gianni's brother Umberto needs to make tough choices quickly when he takes over Fiat's chairmanship, as expected, in coming months, they ...

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