* Agnelli family's voting power could rise to 46 pct * Shareholders to vote on merger on Aug. 1 * Risks include U.S. liquidity challenges, market headwinds MILAN, July 7 (Reuters) - Fiat's founding Agnelli family may tighten its grip on the carmaker after its merger with U.S. unit Chrysler and a Wall Street listing later this year, a U.S. regulatory filing showed. The move would contrast with some other European carmakers where controlling dynasties have been forced to cede control ...
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