Alfa Romeo CEO says unit to stay in Fiat


PARIS, Sept 26 (Reuters) - Alfa Romeo head Daniele Bandiera on Thursday said the upscale car manufacturer would stay within the control of struggling carmaker Fiat Auto. "Alfa Romeo will be staying inside Fiat absolutely and permanently," Bandiera told Reuters on the margins of the Paris Auto show. Financial sources in July said Fiat's sportscar division Ferrari could be enlarged to encompass Alfa Romeo, though Fiat denied at the time there was any plan to transfer Alfa from Fiat Auto to ...

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