SCOTTSDALE, AZ – There’s no denying the strong euro is putting pressure on profit margins, but that’s no reason to shun growth in the U.S., says Ernst Lieb, president and CEO of Mercedes-Benz USA. “That doesn’t mean we shouldn’t support our dealer network,” he says. “We have 345 dealers who want to sell our products, and we need to support them.” Lieb says he has no intention of reacting to short-term trends and that Mercedes has several ways to counter the strong euro. “We’re in a ...
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