TURIN, Italy, Feb 24 (Reuters) - The family holding company at the top of Fiat's control chain is due to meet on March 3 to discuss an agreed capital increase that should filter cash to the ailing industrial group, a financial source said on Monday. Giovanni Agnelli & C. agreed to raise 250 million euros at its last meeting on January 24, held just hours after family and Fiat patriarch Gianni Agnelli died. Fiat's board is due to discuss a 2.5 billion-euro capital increase of its own ...
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