Fiat survival at stake ahead of new rescue plan


By Jane Barrett MILAN, May 23 (Reuters) - Drivers frustrated with unreliable Fiats have long dubbed the Italian carmaker "Fix It Again Tony", but as new managers bash out another rescue plan the question is whether they can fix Fiat soon enough to keep it on the road. After a year lurching through its worst-ever crisis, Fiat is due to unveil the new plan in June. But analysts say it can't simply whip up some magic cure to reverse its losses and must knuckle down to a sound strategy. ...

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