General Motors Corp. and Fiat Auto SpA officially bring their storied relationship to an end as GM sends its final €566 million ($715 million) payment and both parties sign the official separation agreement. According to Fiat sources, the final payment was increased by €16 million ($20 million) to reflect an increase in the book value of the GM-Fiat Powertrain joint venture, which officially ceases operations as of today, as does the GM-Fiat purchasing JV. (See related story: Fiat-GM ...
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