SAO PAULO – Fiat Automoveis SA says Chrysler Group LLC vehicles are complementary to its products and sees no problem of cannibalization between the two brands. Cledevor Belini, president of Fiat in Brazil and the Southern Cone, says worldwide integration with the U.S. auto maker, in which Fiat now holds a 20% stake, should go smoothly. This is especially true in Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay, which make up the Mercosur trade pact, he says, noting the region represents the bulk ...

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