(Adds details, background) MILAN, Dec 23 (Reuters) - After months of talks that have forced it to postpone a crucial capital increase, Italy's Pininfarina said on Tuesday it still expected to reach a deal with its creditors to reschedule its debt by year-end. Like other suppliers and service providers in the car industry, the small designer and niche manufacturer has been struggling to pay off its debt. Its business has been suffering since clients like Ford and Fiat's Alfa Romeo have ...
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