Italy's Exor H1 net profit 214.6 mln euros


MILAN, Aug 29 (Reuters) - Italy-based holding company Exor SpA, which controls carmaker Fiat SpA, said Wednesday its first-half net profit fell to 214.6 million euros from 477.2 million euros a year ago. Exor's net profit for the first half of 2011 had included a one-time gain of 323.3 million euros from buying a stake in Chrysler. The company's net asset value (NAV) rose by 808 million euros from the end of last year to 7.1 billion euros as of June 30. ...

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