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MILAN, July 30 (Reuters) - Italian investment vehicle Camfin and Pirelli's Chinese shareholders, led by state-owned ChemChina, have reached an agreement to renew to 2023 a shareholder agreement for control of the Italian tire-maker.
Under the agreement, Chief Executive Marco Tronchetti Provera will continue to head Pirelli and help designate his successor by October 2022, Camfin and ChemChina said in a joint statement on Tuesday.
Chinese investors jointly hold 45.5% in Pirelli while Camfin holds 10%. (Reporting by Giulio Piovaccari Editing by Mark Bendeich)