ZURICH, May 31 (Reuters) - Swiss inspection services firm SGS on Monday declined to comment on reports that its chief executive, Sergio Marchionne, will take over as CEO of Italian carmaker Fiat on Tuesday. A spokesman said Marchionne, one of Fiat's independent directors, would attend a board meeting in Turin on Tuesday. A source close to Fiat said the board would nominate him as its new CEO at the meeting and that he would attend a press conference straight afterwards at 1230 GMT. "He ...
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