Fiat SpA is proposing a refinancing plan designed to help its ailing Fiat Auto SpA unit stay afloat. Fiat Auto has been under intense pressure to return to profitability after reporting a loss of €549 million ($495.4 million) last year. The refinancing plan comes as a result of Italian corporate law, which requires any company reporting a net loss that totals more than one-third of its capital to recapitalize. Analysts expect Fiat Auto to report continued losses of €300 million ($270 ...

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