SAN FRANCISCO – Audi AG is setting it sights on building up its North American business, although a weak U.S. dollar and a strong euro are wreaking havoc on those plans. The German auto maker’s laser-like focus on the region is requiring some outside the box thinking, executives say, including the possibility of production in the U.S. for the first time. Audi’s North American chief, Axel Mees. Axel Mees, vice president in charge of Audi’s North American unit, says he personally ...
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