General Motors is lining up suppliers in order to maintain output at its assembly plants in the event of a strike at Delphi, according to Automotive News. Delphi ships US$15bn worth of components annually to GM and a strike at the troubled company could cause significant disruption in the production of vehicles.
However, Neil DeKoker, the …
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