Is there room for two competing commercial vans in a Chrysler-Fiat alliance? Insiders and observers are scratching their heads over that one as Chrysler LLC and Fiat Auto SpA finalize details of a tentative agreement that would give the Italian auto maker a 35% stake in Chrysler. In return, Chrysler would acquire access to Fiat’s small-car platforms and downsized, fuel-efficient engines. But a look into the future at a combined Chrysler-Fiat operation shows there is potential for ...
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