UPDATE 2-Fiat Q4 improves but shares fall on 2003 net loss

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(Adds analyst comment, market reaction) TURIN, Italy, Feb 27 (Reuters) - Fiat's revival plan took root in the fourth quarter, helping the industrial group to operating profit, but a wider-than-expected net loss and still weak margins at its car arm sent its shares lower. Fiat posted a fourth-quarter operating profit of 142 million euros ($176.6 million) on Friday, up from three million euros a year earlier and above analysts' forecasts of 120 million. But the tractor-to-robotics group ...

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