Turin mayor calls for more Fiat-Opel synergies


TURIN, Sept 20 (Reuters) - Turin's mayor on Friday called for an acceleration in the synergies between loss-making Fiat Auto, part of Fiat , and German producer Opel with the aim of creating a European producer under General Motors . General Motors, the world's largest automaker, holds 20 percent of Turin-based Fiat Auto as well as owning Opel, Saab and Vauxhall. "I remain convinced that the road forward is one where we attempt to create a European producer under GM, via growing ...

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