Composition and principal changes

For comparative purposes it should be noted that the Income statement for 2011 includes the operations of Chrysler for the seven months period from 1 June 2011.

1. Net revenues

2. Cost of sales

3. Selling, general and administrative costs

4. Research and development costs

5. Other income/(expenses)

6. Result from investments

7. Gains/(losses) on the disposal of investments

8. Restructuring costs

9. Other unusual income/(expenses)

10. Financial income/(expense)

11. Income taxes

12. Other information by nature

13. Earnings/(loss) per share

14. Goodwill and intangible assets with indefinite useful lives

15. Other intangible assets

16. Property, plant and equipment

17. Investments and other financial assets

18. Inventories

19. Current receivables and Other current assets

20. Current securities

21. Other financial assets and Other financial liabilities

22. Cash and equivalents

23. Assets held for sale

24. Equity

25. Share-based compensation

26. Provisions for employee benefits

27. Other provisions

28. Debt

29. Trade payables

30. Other current liabilities

31. Explanatory notes to the Statement of Cash Flows

32. Guarantee granted, commitments and contingent liabilities

33. Segment reporting

34. Information by geographical area

35. Qualitative and quantitative information on financial risks

36. Fair value measurement

37. Related party transactions

38. Non-recurring transactions

39. Transactions resulting from unusual and/or abnormal operations

40. Other information

41. Subsequent events

 

 

20 February 2013

On behalf of the Board of Directors

/s/ John Elkann
John Elkann
CHAIRMAN

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