he management of Kragujevac-based Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) Serbia has received unofficial information from Fiat's Turin headquarters that a potential FCA-Renault merger would have no substantial effect on the Serbian car factory's plan of operations until 2022, Belgrade's Vecernje novosti daily reported.
"You want elections? What do you want? For me to give in to you, that nonsense of yours and what you stand for - I will not. I didn't when they (protesters) walked for four months. I tell you in advance, it's the farthest thing from my mind," Vucic told reporters on Sunday, after a panel organized by his ruling SNS.
He underlined he would "not meet any of the demands, ever":
The model's working mark is "601," according to the paper.
The article added that Alfredo Leggero, head of manufacturing for EMEA region at Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, has already arrived in Serbia, as has Silvia Vernetti, who is in charge of the plant in Kragujevac.
Meanwhile, a deal is expected to be reached with the Serbian partner on Tuesday or Wednesday.