MILAN, Nov 26 (Reuters) - Fiat is close to parting from U.S. partner General Motors Corp and is looking at the possibility of new alliances with other carmakers including Peugeot , a newspaper said on Friday. Fiat Chief Executive Sergio Marchionne would start discussing a "divorce" with GM at a meeting on Dec. 14, Italian daily La Repubblica said. Fiat officials were not immediately available for a comment. GM owns 10 percent of the Fiat group's car arm Fiat Auto and the two carmakers ...
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