Fiat CEO says GM meeting went well, relations good


TURIN, May 19 (Reuters) - Fiat's new chief executive said on Monday that a meeting last week with the heads of General Motors went well and that relations between the partners were good. Last week, Fiat CEO Giuseppe Morchio met top managers from GM, which owns 20 percent of car unit Fiat Auto but has as yet not decided whether to take part in a five billion-euro recapitalisation of the automaker.

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