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Fiat Chrysler: Production Goal of 6M Cars Annually by 2018 Is Feasible


Fiat Chrysler Automobiles chief executive said that the automaker will be able to sell 6 million vehicles annually by 2018 thanks to its strategy based on relaunching the Maserati and Alfa Romeo brands. Sergio Marchionne, the CEO of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, said he is optimistic about the automaker's future, following the merger of the two companies and reinforced the sales and ...
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Fiat Chrysler Plans to Introduce Seven New Alfa Romeo Models by 2018
The newly created Fiat Chrysler Automobiles will introduce seven new Alfa Romeo models by 2018, and will try to boost sales of its sports vehicles five fold - according to ...
Fiat CEO Sergio Matchionne Predicts Better First Quarter Than Last year
Fiat-Chrysler chief executive officer Sergio Marchionne says that he expects the first quarter to see better results compared with the same period last year. Marchionne relies on the fact that this ...
FIAT to pay $1.75bn for the remaining Chrysler stake
Fiat Spa, the largest carmaker in Italy, on Wednesday said it reached a deal with VEBA to buy the remaining 41.46 percent stake in Chrysler for $3.65 billion. According to the ...
Fiat Reconsiders Alliance With Chrysler After the IPO Filing
Chrysler's decision to file for an IPO made Fiat CEO Sergio Marchionne reconsider its alliance with the US automaker. Fiat, which currently own 58.5% of the US automaker, is willing to ...
Report Says Marchionne Hires Ron Bloom For Advice on UAW-Chrysler Buyout
According to an anonymous source, Fiat CEO Sergio Marchionne has hired Ron Bloom to advise him on acquiring the rest of Chrysler. Ron Bloom also helped President Barack Obama and his ...
CNBC Report: JPMorgan Might Lead Chrysler IPO
JPMorgan Chase & Co might lead Chrysler's IPO, according to a CNBC report. This IPO is seen as the only solution to bring to head the battle between Sergio Marchionne, who ...
Fiat named to Dow Jones Sustainability Indices World and Europe for the fifth time
Fiat S.p.A. has been included in the prestigious Dow Jones Sustainability Indices World and Europe for the fifth consecutive year, with a score of 89/100 compared to the overall average of ...
Report – Fiat will invest massive amount to produce the Maserati SUV at its Turin factory
We all know for a while now that Maserati plans to introduce a SUV – the Kubang – to fight the offensive of the premium and future luxury offerings in ...
Sergio Marchionne Meets Italy Industry Minister to Discuss Chrysler Deal
Fiat-Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne will meet Italy's Industry Minister Flavio Zanonato, Friday, May 31st, to take about the US automaker’s purchase. Fiat might issue a convertible bond to be able to ...

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