By Ian Simpson MILAN, Jan 27 (Reuters) - Fiat's plans for rebuilding Chryler are likely to grab investors' attention when the Italian automaker posts yearly results on Thursday. The U.S. company is key to chief executive Sergio Marchionne's aim to transform Fiat, which is losing money at its Italian factories, into a world player. Fiat, Europe's No. 6 automaker by market share, boosted its stake in Chrysler to 25 percent this month and could take a bigger holding before a listing by ...
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