ROME, Jan 31 (Reuters) - Italian property group Immsi , recently acquired by would-be Fiat knight Roberto Colaninno, plans to hold a shareholders meeting on March 17, with a one billion euro capital increase on the agenda. Colaninno, who has presented a plan to save ailing automaker Fiat, took a 50.05 percent stake in Immsi this month and has said the company would be used as a vehicle for large-scale industrial projects and any possible entry into Fiat . An Immsi statement on Friday ...
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