FRANKFURT, Oct 25 (Reuters) - Italian industrialist family Agnelli, which controls a fund worth around 12 billion euros ($17.07 billion), is considering investing in Germany, family member John Elkann was quoted as saying by German monthly Manager magazine. The family's IFIL , which controls Italian car maker FIAT , considers environmental technology and machinery makers as the most interesting investments, said Elkann, who is deputy head of IFIL's supervisory board. The fund has one ...
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