(ANSA) - Paris, September 28 - Fiat-Chrysler chief Sergio Marchionne and Volkswagen CEO Martin Winterkorn made up their recent reported differences at a meeting of the association of European car manufacturers (ACEA) in Paris Friday. Marchionne had said Thursday Fiat would leave ACEA if he were asked to quit as its head by Volkswagen. Winterkorn said the Fiat chief should stand down in July after Marchionne blamed the German company for creating a "bloodbath" in the car market with its aggressive pricing policy. The two CEOs told reporters Friday, on their way from the ACEA meet to the Paris Motor Show: "There's no clash. We're good friends. We have cleared it up".