TURIN — Fiat SpA’s third-quarter earnings tumble a dramatic 49% compared with the same period a year ago. The world’s sixth largest automaker’s net income fell to E160 million (US$144 million) from E313 million (US$284 million) in like-2000. Fiat Auto, Fiat’s car division, reported an operating loss of E120 million (US$108.4 million) during the quarter while Fiat’s farm vehicles unit, CNH Global NV, reported losses of E40 million (US$36.4 million). Overall sales for Fiat fell 0.5% during ...

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