Fiat SpA says it expects to report a net profit of more than €700 million ($842.7 million) in 2006, marking the end of the Italian conglomerate's worst financial crisis, which began in 2000. During Fiat's annual shareholders meeting, CEO Sergio Marchionne says the company will benefit from the €1.6 billion ($2 billion) payment it received from former equity partner General Motors Corp. (See related story: Fiat-GM Finalize Separation) Marchionne also says he expects Fiat to have a ...
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