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Fiat Chrysler To Pay $7,280 Profit-sharing To UAW Employees

FCA US LLC said Thursday that it will pay $7,280 in profit-sharing to 44,000 eligible United Auto Workers-represented employees on March 13, 2020.

Earlier today, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles reported that its net profit for the fourth-quarter rose to 1.54 billion euros from 1.29 billion euros in the prior year.

GM reportedly said it would pay its about 44,000 eligible hourly United Auto Workers employees profit-sharing amounts of up to $8,000 this year while Ford's 53,000 eligible workers will get $6,600 each.

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