(Wraps in comments from Opel chief) MILAN, Nov 19 (Reuters) - Fiat will talk through its finances with creditor banks next week, financial sources said on Wednesday, while partner Adam Opel reiterated that it did not plan to merge with the Italian carmaker. The sources said Fiat's Chief Financial Officer would spend November 27 meeting the eight banks that last year gave the industrial group a three billion euro ($3.6 billion) loan to fund a do-or-die restructuring. The loan, which ...
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