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Clock ticks as Fiat's search for buyer reaches Great Wall
The clock is ticking for Fiat Chrysler. The carmaker is searching for a buyer to take over the business before the retirement of Sergio Marchionne in 2019.
China's Great Wall Motors considers bid for Fiat Chrysler's Jeep unit  
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