Sanpaolo only agrees Fiat cap hike so far-source


TURIN, June 25 (Reuters) - Sanpaolo IMI , one of Fiat's oldest banking allies, has agreed to take part in a capital increase at the struggling group but wants more details on Fiat's other plans, a financial source said on Wednesday. Fiat is due to release a new restructuring plan to reverse its deep losses on Thursday and is widely expected to announce a capital increase of about two billion euros backed by its creditor banks. The carmaker is also in talks with its creditors, including ...

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