Fiat Chrysler asks U.S. court to toss out GM racketeering claims - filing
(Reuters) - Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV late on Friday urged a U.S. District Court to throw out General Motors Co's suit accusing Fiat Chrysler of racketeering and bribing officials of the United Auto Workers union to put GM at a multi-billion dollar labour cost disadvantage. Fiat Chrysler's motion to dismiss GM's civil racketeering suit was expected
(Reuters) - Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV
Fiat Chrysler's motion to dismiss GM's civil racketeering suit was expected. The company has previously said GM's suit is baseless and aimed at disrupting the Italian-American automaker's proposed merger with France's Peugeot SA. GM's general counsel, Craig Glidden, told reporters in November the FCA-PSA merger had nothing to do with GM's legal action.
(Reporting by Joe White; Editing by Sandra Maler)
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