German Sixt eyes more Asian, Latam franchises


FRANKFURT, May 29 (Reuters ) - Leading German car rental company Sixt is seeking to add more franchise locations in Latin America and Asia, including China, board chairman Erich Sixt said in a newspaper interview published on Sunday. "We are active in more than 70 countries but there are still many blank spots on the map in Asia and South America," he told the weekly Euro am Sonntag. He also said that negotiations with China had been launched but that they proved to be lengthy and ...

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