Fiat won't delay GM put option again - CEO


PARIS, Sept 21 (Reuters) - Fiat will not push back any further the contested put option it holds to sell its stake in core car arm Fiat Auto to partner General Motors Corp , the Italian industrial group's chief executive said on Tuesday. Sergio Marchionne told reporters after a meeting with GM executives to discuss the two groups' industrial joint ventures, that he did not know whether GM intended to challenge the validity of the option in the courts. GM bought 20 percent of Fiat Auto in ...

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