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Europe: Fiat Chrysler Automobiles continues the sales rebound in January


FCA – the world’s seventh largest automaker – has announced that January sales on the European continent edged up by 5.8 percent to more than 63,500 vehicles, with deliveries outpacing the overall growth in numerous key markets. The Group, formed after the merger of Italy’s Fiat SpA and America’s Chrysler Group LLC, saw sales jumping 11.3% in Italy, 4.0% in Germany, ...
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