MILAN, May 30 (Reuters) - Italian automaker Fiat is taking stock of the possibility that Greece could leave the euro, the company's chief executive said on Wednesday, even though it considers such an event highly unlikely. "We are evaluating the possibility of a Greek exit, but we consider this event very remote," said Fiat Chief Executive Sergio Marchionne on a conference call. A Greek exit from the euro zone would force companies there to revert to the drachma, which would likely fall ...
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