GENEVA — Maserati SpA is responding well to its recovery plan with profits on the horizon, says Paolo Marinsek, Ferrari SpA managing director. Maserati is expected to return to health and profits by the end of next year, after showing just a bit of red at the end of 1998. Ferrari took over management responsibilities from Fiat Auto SpA in 1997 (see WAI — July '97, p.3). Production of the new 3200 GT is growing steadily and is currently running at six to seven units per day. Production ...

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