Fiat Chairman says group is open to tie-ups

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MILAN, May 30 (Reuters) - Fiat Chairman John Elkann said on Thursday the Italian carmaker is open to tie-ups with other partners if "the right opportunity arises". In a conference call with analysts, Elkann also said extraordinary transactions involving Ferrari, such as a possible IPO, were not on the agenda.

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