DETROIT – Fiat CEO Sergio Marchionne is bearish on the European economy, which could mean a more conservative financial outlook as the auto maker inches closer to finalizing its ownership in Chrysler and establishing firmer footing in the European market. The auto maker is “not interested” in relinquishing any of its stake in Chrysler to balance the books, Marchionne tells reporters at the North American International Auto Show, but realizes it will be a “long and ...

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