TURIN, Italy, May 30 (Reuters) - By choosing Luca di Montezemolo as its new chairman, Fiat has come as close as it could to keeping the top job at Italy's biggest industrial group in the family. The man who pulled Fiat's sports car unit Ferrari out of the doldrums and turned it into an iconic global brand and the dominant force in motor racing has ties with the Fiat-controlling Agnelli family that go back decades. A charismatic manager with strong political connections, the 56-year-old ...
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