(Rewrites throughout) By Rachel Sanderson MILAN, Jan 25 (Reuters) - Fiat Chairman Paolo Fresco on Saturday sought to play down talk of radical changes at the car maker, as Italy mourned the death of its industrial patriarch Gianni Agnelli. But at the other end of the country, creditor banks and politicians sounded a note of urgency that Fiat's present misfortunes should not be forgotten in a haze of nostalgia for the glories of its past. "Nothing changes, it will continue as before," ...
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