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After Chrysler turns into FCA US, Fiat SpA becomes FCA Italy SpA


Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV, the seventh largest automaker in the world, is making history this December following the recent merger of Italy’s Fiat Group Automobiles SpA to US subsidiary Chrysler Group LLC. The latter’s name has now been changed to FCA US and the detractors in the US should now rest assured it’s also hitting the home country of Italy in ...
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Europe: only one US manufacturer has strong gains in the region
While traditionally the big Detroit three game in Europe has been dominated by either Ford or GM, last month’s figures showed that one Fiat Chrysler Automobiles brand now holds the ...
Chrysler Group changes name to FCA US
This is truly the end of an era for the third largest US automaker – Chrysler Group LLC has just announced it would from now on be referred to as ...
Fiat Chrysler restarts Brazilian exports to Mexico
According to Cledorvino Belini, chief executive officer in Latin America, the newly merged Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has moved to begin exporting out of Brazil and into Mexico after a three-year ...
US: automakers should expect the UAW to demand pay raises in 2015
According to UAW President Dennis Williams, the well known United Auto Workers union will seek to gain a higher paycheck for the represented workers when the representatives start negotiations with ...
Fiat Chrysler invalidates reports about Ferrari moving tax base outside Italy
FCA has announced it strongly denies the media reports that claim the automaker was mulling the move of Ferrari’s tax residence outside Italy, in the same manner it did with ...
Fiat Chrysler stock drops after convertible bond introduction
The stock of the Fiat Chrysler Automobiles company had a rapid descent yesterday, mainly due to investors divesting the shares after they purchased a $2.5 billion bond that converted into ...
FCA’s CMO says reshaped brands led to US sales growing 56 consecutive months
While the US auto industry has been in a spectacular shape this year, there’s one automaker that actually didn’t depend too much on the market trends and made its own ...
US: Jeep deliveries account for a quarter of this year’s sales gains
With last month’s annualized selling rate at 17.2 million units, the US auto market has seen around 780,000 more vehicles sold during the first 11 months of the year. Of ...
Report – Chrysler’s Pentastar engine family to be upgraded
According to sources that are familiar with the program, the Chrysler Group’s Pentastar family of V6 engines will undergo an upgrade process in the near future – which adds direct ...



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