Reuters quoted Sergio Marchionne as saying that Fiat-Chrysler could be registered in the Netherlands after merging; the combination of similar corporate rules as the United States and low taxes would be an advantage. Earlier this year, Marchionne said he would prefer for the combined companies to have their stock listed in New York as a primary location. Fiat, originally quite dependent on Italy, has grown substantially in South America, and would have another powerhouse market in the United States after acquiring Chrysler. Fiat Industrial will be listing the Netherlands as its headquarters once it finishes a merger with CNH (the former Case New Holland) this year; the new company will be CNH Industrial, and will have a primary stock exchange listing in New York. As for whether Alfa Romeo and Dodge will work together to make a mid-size rear wheel drive car for Alfa Romeo and Dodge, Mr. Marchionne was quoted..
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