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Fiat board seeks $5.4 billion in bonds


Fiat SpA – the carmaker that took over entirely over Chrysler Group – has decided to aid the implementation of the merger by issuing new bonds in a bid to gain as much as 4 billion euros ($5.4 billion) in cash. The board of directors gave the automaker its permission to refinance its debt through the new issue, which runs until ...
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