UPDATE 2-Revived Fiat Auto breaks into black in 2006

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(Adds details) By Gilles Castonguay MILAN, Jan 25 (Reuters) - Robust sales of the Grande Punto hatchback and other models helped Fiat's main automotive business turn a profit in 2006, the first time since 2000 it has made money for a whole year. Fiat said on Thursday the improved results at the business and elsewhere within the Italian industrial group had led the board to propose a dividend for the first time in five years. It said it would pay a total of about 276 million euros on ...

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