TAKE A LOOK-Fiat Chrysler and Renault pursue $35 bln merger
May 27 (Reuters) - Fiat Chrysler pitched a finely balanced merger of equals to Renault on Monday to confront the costs of far-reaching technological and regulatory changes by creating the world's third-biggest automaker. Following are Reuters top stories on the news: > FCA, Renault pursue $35 bln merger to tackle sector challenges > BREAKINGVIEWS-Fiat gets motors revving on auto consolidation > FOCUS-FCA's Italian headaches show challenges of global tie-up > FACTBOX-The road to Fiat Chrysler, Renault merger talks > Renault's board 'studying with interest' FCA deal terms > Salvini says Italy supports FCA growth, expects jobs protected > FCA, Renault deal could take more than a year to finalize -CEO > France looking 'reasonably favorably' on Renault/Fiat deal > Italy might seek symmetry with Paris in FCA-Renault merger > Carmakers FCA and Renault to go public on tie-up talks > BREAKINGVIEWS-Car sector second-stringers lock arms to compete > Fiat Chrysler in tie-up talks with Renault - sources > FACTBOX-Car industry consolidation: mega-mergers and alliances (Compiled by Mark Potter)
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