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Marchionne announced this decision on Tuesday night, a day after the NHTSA announced a rare public hearing to determine if Fiat Chrysler’s promptness to fix the problems faced by its cars in the US. The hearing will also determine if Fiat has failed to properly fix the problems in the 20 recalls it issued, covering more than 10 million vehicles.
Sharing his views on the same CEO Marchionne said that a Chrysler representative will be testifying at the hearing, which has been scheduled for the 2nd of July 2015. He also said that the industry isn't used to stricter enforcement and the adjustment will be a painful process.
With PTI Inputs