By Christian Plumb TURIN, May 28 (Reuters) - Fiat workers at the rusty gates of the automaker's historic Mirafiori plant said on Friday the death of company Chairman Umberto Agnelli had left them even more worried about the future. Agnelli's death from cancer late on Thursday, 16 months after his older brother Gianni also succumbed to the illness, cast new uncertainty on the future of Fiat, a former emblem of industrial might that is now undergoing a turnaround plan. "I don't know what ...
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