A tie-up with Fiat Auto Group not only puts Chrysler LLC in a better competitive position, it bodes well for U.S. taxpayers, says the Italian auto maker’s top executive. The declaration comes as Chrysler says it now has a “framework” agreement with Fiat, a key step up from the non-binding alliance term sheet they announced in January. If finalized, the partnership “will not only make Chrysler a stronger company financially, but it will also help preserve American jobs, significantly ...
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