MILAN — History is repeating itself for Fin.part.

The heavily indebted multibrand group that owns Cerruti is once again at odds with KPMG. The auditing firm has declined to certify the company’s accounts, this time for the first six months of 2003. In April, KPMG issued the same verdict on Fin.part’s 2002 books, spurring a crisis that precipitated the resignation of Gianluigi Facchini as chairman.

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