DETROIT – Maserati SpA’s chairman remains confident the Italian sports car marque can improve its U.S. sales results in 2003, despite failing to meet its 2002 targets. The auto maker says it delivered slightly more than 950 Maserati-brand cars in the U.S., far below its 1,200-unit goal. "We have faced, as (have) all of our competitors, a difficult economic situation this year, (one that was) far different from where we were two years ago when we announced our comeback into the United ...

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