TIMELINE-Fiat since Sergio Marchionne became CEO

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June 23 (Reuters) - Workers at a Fiat SpA factory near Naples voted on Chief Executive Sergio Marchionne's proposal to raise productivity there in a deal key to survival of the plant. [ID:nLDE65M00V] Following is a timeline on Fiat since Sergio Marchionne took over as CEO: June 2004 - Fiat names turnaround expert Marchionne to be its fifth chief executive in two years. Feb. 2005 - Fiat and General Motors [GM.UL] dissolve five-year partnership with the U.S. auto giant paying Fiat 1.55 ...

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