BOLOGNA, Italy — Ferrari SpA is in the final stages of completing its E391 million (US$350 million) investment in the Maserati marque, which it acquired in 1997. The automaker over the last three years has spent E111 million (US$100 million) revamping Maserati’s production facility in Viale Ciro Menotti, Modena, and plans to invest another E280 million (US$250 million) in the next four years for a new headquarters for Maserati, as well as a new machine shop and paint shop for assembly ...
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