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Will Chrysler ever go public?
The company continues to say that an initial public offering is in the works. But it has been postponed: Originally scheduled for last week, the IPO of Detroit's No. 3 automaker will now happen sometime next year, officials say.
Bloomberg has reported that the delay is due to the need to get some documents from the IRS. But is something else going on?
There's good reason to think so. In this video, Fool contributor John Rosevear explains what might really be happening behind the scenes with Chrysler and its majority shareholder, Italian automaker Fiat -- and why there's good reason to think that this IPO might not happen after all.
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