(ANSA) - Geneva, March 4 - Chief executive officer of Fiat
Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) Sergio Marchionne said Tuesday his
'dream' was to float the Italian-American group on the New York
stockmarket on October 1 but that there was still much work to
"If it's not October 1 it'll be November 1 or December 1,"
said Marchionne at the Geneva Motor Show.
Fiat gained full control of Chrysler in a $4.35-billion
deal with a United Auto Workers union healthcare trust.
The world's seventh biggest automaker has its headquarters
in the Netherlands and a UK tax base and it will be listed on
the New York and Milan stock markets.