(Adds Berlusconi comment, additional details) By Christian Plumb and Ilaria Polleschi TURIN, May 29 (Reuters) - Thousands of Italians paid their last respects to Fiat chairman Umberto Agnelli on Saturday, mourning an icon of the country's faded industrial might. Agnelli died on Thursday at 69, just 16 months after he took over as chairman at Fiat from his more famous and gregarious older brother. His death raised questions about the future of one of Italy's most celebrated families ...
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