Fiat’s Marchionne Probably to Head Chrysler, U.S. Hopes Pinned on European Technology

The man tipped to head a restructured, post-bankruptcy Chrysler car-maker is Sergio Marchionne, current CEO of Italy’s Fiat. It would be the first time that one of Detroit’s “Big 3? will be managed by a foreigner.

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Europe’s Smallest Border Dispute Could Jeopardize Croatia’s Upcoming EU Bid

Europe’s smallest border dispute didn’t derail Croatia’s NATO membership last month, but it could jeopardize its EU bid, coming up on April 24th.

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Hold the Rhetoric and Stimulate the Transatlantic Aerospace Industry

Whether or not the world’s financial crisis is successfully managed will depend on the ability of America and Europe to work together effectively.

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The Critical Business of Car Manufacturing Shows Gap between EU and U.S. Approaches to Reviving Industry

The auto industry provides an instructive case study of how differently Europeans and Americans are generally approaching the challenge of the economic downturn.

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