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Fiat abandons Renault proposal

By Bloomberg
06 June 2019   |   3:46 pm
Fiat Chrysler has confirmed it’s abandoning a proposed merger with Renault. The French carmaker wrapped up a late-night board meeting with again, no decision, and that prompted Fiat to walk away.

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