VIENNA – Germany's Porsche AG will terminate its contract with Swiss importer Amag Automobil- und Motoren AG and take over distribution of its cars and SUVs in Switzerland from May 31, 2008. Amag, a distributor in the automotive business since 1945, signed a contract with Porsche as in 1951. Porsche sold 1,713 vehicles in Switzerland last year. Porsche says Amag will remain an important commercial partner in the market. Amag is the Swiss importer for Volkswagen AG's VW, Audi, SEAT and ...

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