Fiat to stay unchanged after Agnelli death-chairman


TURIN, January 25 (Reuters) - Fiat Chairman Paolo Fresco on Saturday said nothing was set to change at the loss-making industrial giant, a day after the death of its honorary chairman and guiding force Gianni Agnelli. "Nothing changes, it will continue as before," Fresco said outside Fiat's Lingotto factory where thousands of people gathered to pay their respects to Agnelli, who turned Fiat from a family car firm into a global industrial powerhouse. "The best way to honour the memory of ...

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