PARIS, Sept 28 (Reuters) - Sergio Marchionne, president of European carmakers' association ACEA, said he had not resigned that role at a board meeting on Friday after calls by German automaker Volkswagen for him to go. Marchionne's repeated calls for co-ordinated production capacity cuts to help alleviate Europe's car market crisis have highlighted a division between Europe's money-losing mass market carmakers, including Fiat, of which Marchionne is chief executive, and their ...
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