MILAN, Sept 26 (Reuters) - A listing of car maker Chrysler would change the relationship with its biggest shareholder Fiat , which has been trying to take full control of the U.S. company, the chairman of the Italian group said on Thursday. Chrysler, 58.5 percent-owned by Fiat, filed paperwork for a flotation of shares held by the United Auto Workers, which owns the rest of Chrysler through its retirees' healthcare trust. The trust demanded the ...
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