ROME – Maserati SpA plans to work with technical alliance partner Audi AG to assure the cooperative pact between the two auto makers provides benefits to both sides, CEO Martin Leach says. However, he hints the pact’s provision for sharing retail outlets in the U.S. may not come to fruition. Maserati CEO Martin Leach The news comes months after Audi of America chief Axel Mees tells Ward’s he will fight to prevent Audi dealers from acquiring Maserati franchises. Mees says he does not ...
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