Map of Venhaus on This decade of turmoil and demands for fairer treatment of workers ended in 1980 with the March of the 40,000, a demonstration of white-collar professionals demanding an end to the workers’ protests. At the beginning of the new millennium, with the death of its charismatic president (and senator of the Italian Republic), Gianni Agnelli, Fiat faced new challenges. Despite the wealth of new models put on the market in the 1990s, the sales of the Turin-based group have diminished considerably and the partnership established with America’s GENERAL MOTORS has only partially recovered financial losses. The group has also been at the center of several legal investigations for political corruption in Operation Clean Hands (Mani Pulite), a reform movement that swept away many of Italy’s ruling politicians. Still, in 2002, Fiat ranked as the 49th largest company in the world with revenues of nearly $52 billion. BIBLIOGRAPHY. Alan Friedman, Agnelli: Fiat and the Network of Italian Power (Penguin Books, 1989); Angiolo Silvio Ori, Storia di una dinastia: gli Agnelli e la Fiat: cronache non Fiat 291 autorizzate dei cento anni della pi grande industria italiana (Editori Riuniti, 1996); Global 500: World’s Largest Companies, Fortune (July 2002). Map of Venhaus 2016.
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