FRANKFURT, Dec 31 (Reuters) - Fiat's luxury sportscar brand Maserati expects to sell about as many cars in 2010 as it did this year, when unit sales dropped by 40 percent, the unit's head said in an interview. "We need to be prepared to become significantly more profitable in 2010 with a sales level on par with that of 2009," Harald Wester said, according to an interview published by German magazine auto motor und sport on Thursday. Helped by headcount reduction by 20 percent at the end ...
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