DETROIT – Audi of America Inc. is not moving from its suburban Detroit home base. At least not in the near future. Johan de Nysschen, Audi of America executive vice president, recently raised eyebrows by suggesting the auto maker would relocate its headquarters. But de Nysschen dismisses reports of his musings as a “misunderstanding.” Johan de Nysschen After arriving in Auburn Hills, MI., late last year, the South African native says he needed to “take stock” of Audi's U.S. ...
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