DETROIT, April 24 (Reuters) - Fears that a shortage of a nylon resin used in auto manufacturing will cut deeply into production worldwide are easing some, but there is still a danger that output may be curtailed, according to an industry executive. "It's sounding a lot more positive and upbeat," said David Lalain, director of business development for the Automotive Industry Action Group, which is coordinating the industry's response. He said that while suppliers and automakers are ...
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