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Chinese car maker Great Wall looks to snap up Fiat Chrysler
The future of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has been thrown into confusion after Chinese car maker Great Wall Motors said it planned to buy parts of the Italian-American automotive business - a claim that was quickly refuted by FCA.
Great Wall states ambition to buy Fiat Chrysler  
China's Great Wall Motor eyes Fiat Chrysler deal  
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