MILAN, May 25 (Reuters) - Fiat, the Italian automaker controlling U.S. group Chrysler, said on Friday it had suspended its commercial relations with Iran in a move aimed at supporting international diplomatic efforts. "Effective immediately the subsidiaries will no longer carry out business activity related to products or components where the ultimate destination of such products is known to be Iran," Fiat said in a statement. Separately, truck maker Fiat Industrial, which like Fiat ...
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