In an effort to stave off further financial crisis, executives at Fiat SpA reportedly plan to seek foreign bankers interest in the company’s previously announced €3 billion ($2.8 billion) refinancing plan. Fiat Chairman Paolo Fresco has received interest from several foreign banks to participate in the refinancing plan, press reports indicate. He has refused to identify which institutions have expressed interest. Several Italian banks – including Banca di Roma, Sanpaolo IMI, IntesaBci ...

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