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Vicenza
Migrant hired after handing in wallet with 900 euros

Migrant hired after handing in wallet with 900 euros

 
Rome
7 of 10 gynecologists conscientious objectors agst abortion

7 of 10 gynecologists conscientious objectors agst abortion

 
Norcia
Cloistered nuns return to quake zone, in container

Cloistered nuns return to quake zone, in container

 
Rome
Calenda launches pro-EU list

Calenda launches pro-EU list

 
Milan
Carige asks State guarantee for 2 bn in bonds

Carige asks State guarantee for 2 bn in bonds

 
Rome
Treccani adds Sordi to Italian biographical dictionary

Treccani adds Sordi to Italian biographical dictionary

 
Berlin
Italy shd work to defend EU, Schaeuble to Mattarella

Italy shd work to defend EU, Schaeuble to Mattarella

 
Rome
Soccer: Koulibaly appeal agst 2-match ban turned down

Soccer: Koulibaly appeal agst 2-match ban turned down

 
Rome
Society splits if wealth not shared - pope

Society splits if wealth not shared - pope

 
Brescia
Woman's charred body found in wood near Brescia

Woman's charred body found in wood near Brescia

 
Berlin
Merkel lauds Italy Libya line

Merkel lauds Italy Libya line

 

Detroit

Marchionne says consolidation inevitable, but no GM tie-up

FCA CEO says 2018 targets closer after positive 2015

Marchionne says consolidation inevitable, but no GM tie-up

Detroit, January 11 - Fiat Chrsyler Automobiles (FCA) CEO Sergio Marchionne said Monday that consolidation of the car sector is inevitable, while ruling out a tie-up with rivals General Motors. "Consolidation is a linchpin of the development of the industry," he said. But, when asked what chance there was of a partnership with GM, he replied "absolutely none". Marchionne also said that the ambitious targets in FCA's industrial plan up to 2018 are "feasible" and "closer" after the company's positive performance last year. "The 2018 plan is not easy but it is feasible," he said. He also reiterated his backing for the reform agenda of Italian Premier Matteo Renzi's government. He said it is necessary to get rid of what Renzi describes as ill wishers who bank on Italy failing and take a more positive approach. Italy can do "anything it wants," Marchionne said. "All you need is the will to do it," said the FCA chief.

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