UPDATE 2-U.S. ruling may step up Fiat's Chrysler buyout settlement

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* Ruling puts pressure on two sides for an agreement * Fiat "looks forward" to resolving dispute in court MILAN, July 31 (Reuters) - Fiat may step up efforts to negotiate a full buyout of majority-owned Chrysler out of court, sources said, after a Delaware judge prolonged the Italian carmaker's legal tussle with a minority shareholder, the UAW union healthcare trust. Fiat said it "looked forward" to solving a dispute with the trust in court after ...

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