Fiat sees auto unit at 317 mln euros loss in 2005


MILAN, Oct 26 (Reuters) - Industrial group Fiat expects its auto unit to turn in a trading loss of 317 million euros ($382.5 million) for 2005, according to slides prepared for an analysts' presentation published on its website. It said the unit had a trading loss of 822 million euros in 2004 and showed a 302 million euro trading loss in the first nine months of 2005.

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