On 23 June, BNN Bloomberg reported that the the CEO of General Motors and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV were ordered to meet face-to-face by 1 July to resolve a lawsuit over bribery of labour union officials. A federal judge in Detroit told them to talk in person to try and resolve a legal claim. Last year, GM alleged that former Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne (who died in 2018) and other Fiat Chrysler executives were involved in an effort to bribe trade union officials to get better contract terms than competing car makers. A federal corruption probe into the matter that has put 9 union and Fiat Chrysler leaders in jail.
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