* Exor to stay key investor also after Fiat/Chrysler merger * Exor does not rule out diluting stake in new company * No decision yet on timing of expected Fiat/Chrysler merger (Adds quotes, background, shares) By Gianni Montani TURIN, Italy, April 28 (Reuters) - The Agnelli family holding Exor intends to remain the leading investor in Fiat after the Italian carmaker merges with U.S. affiliate Chrysler, Exor's chief executive said on Thursday. Fiat is planning to take a majority ...
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