MILAN, July 28 (Reuters) - Italy's Fiat Spa announced a joint management team with Chrysler on Thursday, in a move seen as bringing the two companies closer to a full merger. Fiat, which has 53.5 percent of Chrysler, named seven chief operating officers, including four responsible for the regions of EMEA, North America, Latin America and Asia. The seven COOs will be members of a Group Executive Council which Fiat said would be the highest executive decision-making body outside of its board ...
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