* Chrysler not a guarantee of survival * Needs another partnership in booming China market * Analysts suggest tie-up with failed Opel suitor BAIC By Jo Winterbottom and Helen Massy-Beresford MILAN/PARIS, Aug 25 (Reuters) - Italy's Fiat needs to find a better route into the booming Asian car markets if it wants to catch its competitors and seal a place near the front of the grid of global automakers. Fiat, maker of the diminutive Panda and Fiat 500 cars, can't rely on its recently ...
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