It looks like we will have an end to all this by next week when the mediation is over. Fiat still holds firm and it is expected that GM will pay anywhere from $650 million to $4 billion dollars in the mediation agreement. All this doesn't fair well for GM. Their biggest money loss last year was with GM Europe and Opel has been taking on a complete restructure towards profitability. Whatever happens I bet GM wishes they never purchased 20% of Fiat in 2000.
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