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FCA CEO completely rules out VW tie-up


The newly formed Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has already seen its first big rumor – a reported tie-up with the world’s second largest automaker – the Volkswagen Group. Although some investors pondered the idea and decided they liked it, both Volkswagen AG and Fiat’s controlling family officials openly denied there were any negotiations. So, there’s no surprise that FCA’s chief executive, Sergio ...
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Marchionne should focus now on new cars
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Marchionne considers FCA’s targets achievable
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