News: Fiat SpA (FIA.MI)

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Tue, Aug 19 2014

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RPT-Fiat Chrysler growth plan challenged by possible merger delay

* Tie-up key to U.S. listing, capital raising to fund growth

Fiat Chrysler growth plan challenged by possible merger delay

MILAN - Sergio Marchionne has shown he is determined to let nothing stand in the way of Fiat's merger with Chrysler, but a share price slide may yet force the CEO to hit the brakes on plans to turn the world's No. 7 carmaker into a top player.

Fiat Chrysler growth plan challenged by possible merger delay

* Tie-up key to U.S. listing, capital raising to fund growth

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Fiat says will not waive or raise payout cap in Chrysler merger

MILAN - Fiat will not call a shareholders' meeting to waive or raise the 500 million euro ($668 million) limit it has set for paying out dissenters in its merger with Chrysler, the carmaker said on Tuesday.

UPDATE 1-Fiat says will not waive or raise payout cap in Chrysler merger

MILAN, Aug 12 - Fiat will not call a shareholders' meeting to waive or raise the 500 million euro ($668 million) limit it has set for paying out dissenters in its merger with Chrysler, the carmaker said on Tuesday.

Fiat says will not waive or raise payout cap in Chrysler merger

MILAN, Aug 12 - Fiat will not call a shareholders meeting to waive or raise the 500 million euro ($668 million) limit it has set for paying out dissenting shareholders in its merger with Chrysler, the carmaker said on Tuesday.

UPDATE 1-Norway's wealth fund voted against Fiat-Chrysler merger

MILAN, Aug 7 - Norway's sovereign wealth fund was the single largest shareholder to vote against Italian carmaker Fiat's merger with its U.S. unit Chrysler, according to minutes of the Aug. 1 shareholder meeting.

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