Fiat unlikely to see new s'holders - minister


ROME, Jan 27 (Reuters) - Italy's industry minister said on Monday it was very unlikely that new shareholders would be brought into Fiat following the death of the family patriarch Gianni Agnelli. "We're in a situation which is in great flux," Industry Minister Antonio Marzano said on the sidelines of a book presentation. "I don't see anything concrete at this point apart from the fact that a recovery plan has been presented... "The entry of new shareholders is very unlikely," he said. ...

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