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Cesare Romiti

President

Fiat

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Fiat

437 Plummer Street

Port Melbourne, Victoria,3207

Australia

Company Description

Founded in 1899, Fiat is an automotive-focused industrial group, serving customers in more than 190 countries around the world. With some 185,000 employees, 114 R&D centers and 178 plants worldwide, the Fiat Group designs, manufactures and sells passenger cars...more

Background Information

Employment History

Group General Manager

Bombrini Parodi Delfino


Affiliations

Italy China Foundation

Board Member


Xiaofu Ecommerce Ltd

Member


East-Media Srl

Member


Education

Public Relations

University of Languages and Communication IULM of Milan


honorary degrees

Pontifical Catholic University of Minas Gerais


Web References(122 Total References)


» Fiat - Essentials

italiancar.com.au [cached]

In 1980, Cesare Romiti, who had joined Fiat as Chief Financial Officer in 1974, was appointed Chief Executive Officer of the Fiat Group.


Fondazione Italia Cina

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Cesare Romiti was born in Rome on June 24, 1923.
He graduated in Economic and Commercial Sciences and he joined in 1947 the Bombrini Parodi Delfino, where he became Group General Manager. In 1968, following the BPD-SNIA Viscose merger, he was appointed Financial Director General of SNIA Viscose. In 1970 was in Alitalia as General Manager and Chief Executive Officer and, subsequently, in 1973, goes to Italstat with the same assignment. In 1974 he joined FIAT, later becoming its Chief Executive Officer and President. Arrived at the time of the energy crisis, he is primarily dedicated to the work of financial recovery, continues developing the international dimension of the company and strengthening production sites in Italy. He worked for building several factories for the FIAT, including Belo Horizonte (Brazil), which is now the largest cars plant in the world. After the exit from FIAT, he has been Chairman of RCS, from 1998 to 2004, and of the construction company Impregilo and Engineering, in 2005-2007. In 2003 he formed the Italy-China Foundation, who still presides. The awards President Romiti got the labor Knight Medal in 1978, the title of honorary citizen of China, the title of honorary professor of Shanghai Donghua University, the prize of the US Chamber of Commerce in Italy, World Management Council, New York with the International Manager Award, from the National Italian American Foundation in Washington with the Lifetime Achievement Award of Business, from the Italy - America Chamber of Commerce in New York with the Golden Globe Award, he received the honorary degree by various Italian and foreign authorities. On 13rd October 2006 in Beijing the "Chinese People's Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries" awarded him honorary citizenship of the People's Republic of China for its commitment to strengthening Sino-Italian bilanteral relationships. He was appointed Officer of the National Order of the French Legion d'Honneur. He received honorary degrees from several universities: in Mechanical Engineering from the University Complutense of Madrid and the Pontifical Catholic University of Minas Gerais in Belo Horizonte, in Public Relations from the University of Languages and Communication IULM of Milan and in Commercial Sciences from St.John University in Rome. There are also many awards received from foundations and from various organizations: the Chamber of Commerce and Italian Industry for the Madrid Spain with Tiepolo Prize and the City of Rome with the Campidoglio Prize. He is the author of numerous publications and articles in economic and industrial matters and has held major conferences on topical economic issues, national and international. On 7th October 2010, Cesare Romiti was honored by Prime Minister Wen Jiabao on the occasion of the Year of Chinese Culture in Italy.


www.italychina.org

Cesare Romiti was born in Rome on June 24, 1923.
He graduated in Economic and Commercial Sciences and he joined in 1947 the Bombrini Parodi Delfino, where he became Group General Manager. In 1968, following the BPD-SNIA Viscose merger, he was appointed Financial Director General of SNIA Viscose. In 1970 was in Alitalia as General Manager and Chief Executive Officer and, subsequently, in 1973, goes to Italstat with the same assignment. In 1974 he joined FIAT, later becoming its Chief Executive Officer and President. Arrived at the time of the energy crisis, he is primarily dedicated to the work of financial recovery, continues developing the international dimension of the company and strengthening production sites in Italy. He worked for building several factories for the FIAT, including Belo Horizonte (Brazil), which is now the largest cars plant in the world. After the exit from FIAT, he has been Chairman of RCS, from 1998 to 2004, and of the construction company Impregilo and Engineering, in 2005-2007. In 2003 he formed the Italy-China Foundation, who still presides. The awards President Romiti got the labor Knight Medal in 1978, the title of honorary citizen of China, the title of honorary professor of Shanghai Donghua University, the prize of the US Chamber of Commerce in Italy, World Management Council, New York with the International Manager Award, from the National Italian American Foundation in Washington with the Lifetime Achievement Award of Business, from the Italy - America Chamber of Commerce in New York with the Golden Globe Award, he received the honorary degree by various Italian and foreign authorities. On 13rd October 2006 in Beijing the "Chinese People's Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries" awarded him honorary citizenship of the People's Republic of China for its commitment to strengthening Sino-Italian bilanteral relationships. He was appointed Officer of the National Order of the French Legion d'Honneur. He received honorary degrees from several universities: in Mechanical Engineering from the University Complutense of Madrid and the Pontifical Catholic University of Minas Gerais in Belo Horizonte, in Public Relations from the University of Languages ??and Communication IULM of Milan and in Commercial Sciences from St.John University in Rome. There are also many awards received from foundations and from various organizations: the Chamber of Commerce and Italian Industry for the Madrid Spain with Tiepolo Prize and the City of Rome with the Campidoglio Prize. He is the author of numerous publications and articles in economic and industrial matters and has held major conferences on topical economic issues, national and international. On 7th October 2010, Cesare Romiti was honored by Prime Minister Wen Jiabao on the occasion of the Year of Chinese Culture in Italy.


www.manilatimes.net

Cesare Romiti, former executive of companies including Fiat and Alitalia, said he was "sure there will be benefits" but spoke of "great bitterness" at the takeover, warning that "taking entire industries away is dangerous for Italy."
"Italy is losing another company due to a lack of government policy which must aim to keep businesses here," he said.


100blacksinlawenforcement.org

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"Auto crises are cyclical but it is more serious than previous ones," said the former President of Fiat, Cesare Romiti.
Since the threat of & Standard Poor's degrading the "rating" of Fiat SA at the level of the "junk...


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