Fiat CEO optimistic on future, won't comment on GM


ROME, Jan 19 (Reuters) - Fiat will pull through its current difficulties, Chief Executive Sergio Marchionne said on Wednesday, but he declined to comment on a key meeting with partner General Motors that could decide part of Fiat's future. "I'm ever optimistic. Fiat will pull through," Marchionne told reporters on the margins of a conference. Key to Fiat's future is how it resolves a heated dispute with GM as to whether an option allowing Fiat to sell its 90 percent of loss-making car ...

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