(Adds comment from fund manager, analyst, background) By Paola Arosio MILAN, April 24 (Reuters) - Italy's Fiat is seeking more help from creditor banks as it tries to raise cash to turn around its loss-making car arm Fiat Auto, financial sources said on Thursday. Fiat was talking to the banks about extending a deadline of a three billion-euro loan, offering more credit and underwriting a possible Fiat capital increase, the sources said. Giorgio Brambilla, the chief executive of ...
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