DETROIT – Ferrari Maserati SpA will be monitoring the U.S. dollar closely in the coming months to determine if it should reduce shipments to the U.S. market. The weak dollar, which has lost 16.8% of its value vs. the euro within the last year, has cut the Italian auto maker’s profits here by 30%. Ferrari executives expressed concern over the currency risks after introducing the new 612 Scaglietti 2+2 coupe at the North American International Auto Show here. 612 Scaglietti ...
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