By Michael Shields, European Auto Correspondent FRANKFURT, April 28 (Reuters) - A divorce settlement with General Motors and an agreement with creditor banks to swap debt into equity later this year have bought Italy's Fiat a bit more time to restructure its ailing car business. But unlocking real value at the industrial group hinges on turning around loss-making Fiat Auto, analysts say, something that won't be easy without the rarest of things in today's car sector: strong partners with ...
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