July 30 (Reuters) - Fiat won a partial victory in its path to a full buyout of Chrysler on Tuesday after a U.S. judge accepted some of the Italian carmaker's legal positions in its dispute with a minority Chrysler shareholder. However, Delaware Court of Chancery Judge Donald Parsons stopped short of ordering that minority shareholder, a union health-care trust, to sell 54,154 Chrysler shares to Fiat for $139.7 million, as the Italian carmaker had sought. ...
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