UPDATE 1-Fiat CEO says still far apart from Veba on Chrysler buyout


(Adds quotes, background, shares) TURIN, Italy, Sept 13 (Reuters) - Fiat SpA Chief Executive Sergio Marchionne said he did not think the Italian carmaker was getting any closer to an agreement to buy the remaining stake in its U.S. unit Chrysler. Marchionne already manages Fiat and Chrysler as a single company, but owning all of Chrysler would make the combined group a stronger competitor to rivals like General Motors and Toyota. Asked whether ...


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