(Adds Capitalia and Intesa details) By Gianni Montani and Paola Arosio TURIN/MILAN, June 25 (Reuters) - Fiat's main creditor banks have agreed to help underwrite a 1.8 billion-euro capital increase, part of a latest rescue plan the industrial group is due to unveil on Thursday, financial sources said. Sanpaolo IMI , UniCredito , Intesa and Capitalia would back the sale of new Fiat shares to raise vital cash, the sources told Reuters on Wednesday, hours before Fiat's new CEO was due to ...
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