Fiat SpA says its ailing Fiat Auto SpA unit will report a loss of less than €200 million ($212.4 million) during the fourth quarter, failing to meet the break-even target set by management. The parent company also confirms it is reviewing several plans to improve Fiat Auto’s financial future, including a possible separation of the unit from the Fiat conglomerate. "We are currently studying various proposals for recapitalization of our core businesses, starting with Fiat Auto ...

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