April 30 (Reuters) - The first time that Fiat SpA and Chrysler LLC [CBS.UL] spoke about working together was more than 20 years ago. An agreement to sell Fiat's Alfa Romeo sports cars in North American with Chrysler's help eventually led to talks about a closer partnership. Then on Thursday, as expected, Chrysler entered into an alliance with Fiat, giving the Italian manufacturer a stake starting at 20 percent. Fiat can become Chrysler's majority owner once U.S. government loans are ...
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