Aug 19 (Reuters) - U.S. automaker Chrysler LLC has filed a lawsuit in a Michigan court alleging supplier Johnson Controls Inc. charged inflated prices for batteries, and is seeking more than $15 million in damages, the Wall Street Journal reported on Tuesday. In a lawsuit filed on Aug 14, Chrysler alleged Johnson Controls had charged Chrysler for more lead than it actually put into batteries, the report said. Chrysler, the No. 3 U.S.-based automaker, alleged JCI's actions were ...
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