UPDATE 2-Fiat maps out Chrysler majority ownership drive


* CEO Marchionne says targeting 51 pct stake this year * Fiat close to 2nd Chrysler milestone to get 30 pct stake * Third milestone to go to 35 pct only seen in Q4 2011 * Declines to give details on timing of Chrysler IPO (Recasts with Marchionne quotes, more details) By Lisa Jucca and Stefano Rebaudo TURIN, March 30 (Reuters) - Fiat boss Sergio Marchionne said on Wednesday he wanted to raise the Italian carmaker's stake in Chrysler to 51 percent this year. It owns 25 percent ...

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