Fiat CEO confirms group commitments in Italy


ROME, May 31 (Reuters) - Fiat's boss Sergio Marchionne said on Friday he had told Industry Minister the carmaker intended to honour its commitments in Italy at their first face-to-face meeting. Newly-elected minister Flavio Zanonato had asked Fiat to stay in Italy after its planned merger with U.S. peer Chrysler, which Italian unions fear will herald a move of the whole group's headquarters to the United States. "The meeting went really well," Marchionne told ...


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