Italians to pay last respects to Fiat's Agnelli

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By Gianni Montani and Christian Plumb TURIN, May 29 (Reuters) - Fiat chairman Umberto Agnelli is to be buried on Saturday, leaving behind a big question mark over the future of Italy's last mass market car maker. Agnelli's body was due to lie in state at the Fiat archive and museum in the company's home city as friends, family and colleagues remembered the reserved, finance-minded brother of the more charismatic ex-Fiat boss Gianni Agnelli. A funeral at the private estate of the ...

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