MILAN, July 24 (Reuters) - Shares in struggling Italian industrial group Fiat were suspended limit-down on the Milan bourse on Wednesday, after falling 10 percent during the session. The Milan bourse said Fiat stock could start trading again at 1322 GMT. Milan-listed stocks are automatically suspended if they rise or fall 10 percent from their opening price. At 1257 GMT, Fiat stock was quoted at 10.35 euros, its lowest since September 1992 and down 9.4 percent from Tuesday's closing price.
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