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Fiat Chrysler merger sees Marchionne targeting No. 1 position


Sergio Marchionne, seen as an executive that has great experience with turnovers, is also the architect behind the creation of the world’s seventh-largest automaker: Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV. The CEO is confident that one day the new entity would be able to challenge the top global position as the companies more and more struggle with sliding returns and the rising costs ...
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