The Chinese are tempted by the purchase of a giant american

Avto 15 August, 2017
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    Germain Goyer

    Monday, 14 August, 2017 15:10

    Monday, 14 August, 2017 15:10

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    There is no sign for sale in front of the headquarters of FCA, but it is just like.

    Automotive News has put the hand on the inside information about the future of
    FCA. In fact, automobile manufacturers chinese would have more than demonstrated an interest in the automotive group, led by Sergio Marchionne.

    Senior managers of FCA have been sighted on a business trip in China, where they were to meet the owners of Great Wall Motor. The reverse has also been observed, that is to say that high-placed chinese manufacturers were recently in Michigan in the offices of the giant Italian-american.

    An offer has even been submitted to FCA. This last, however, was refused because it was, you guessed it, too little generous. The details, however, were not disclosed.

    In addition to Great Wall Motor mentioned above, Dongfeng Motor Corp., Zhejiang Geely Holding Group and Guangzhou Automobile Group have also expressed their interest to buy FCA.

    Pierce the north american market represents the ultimate goal for most chinese manufacturers. By acquiring a group like FCA, the buyer would have a huge front door in America.

    While in FCA is not for sale. It goes without saying that brands Ram and
    Jeep are definitely the most popular of this side of America.
    Fiat is not to be overlooked rather than a more global view point. Dodge and Chrysler would be part of the batch also.

    As to Maserati and Alfa Romeo, they would be excluded from the agreement and would be separated from FCA. A bit like what had been done with Ferrari.