* Nylon resin for brake, fuel systems in shortfall * Auto production cuts seen in Q2 - UBS * Japanese, German automakers less affected - UBS * Maker of Stainmaster carpet has little spare CDT capacity By Bernie Woodall DETROIT, April 19 (Reuters) - Dupont and Dow Chemical are among chemical firms working with global automakers who are bracing for a crunch in production, after a German chemical plant explosion cut a chunk of supply of a nylon resin used in brake and fuel systems. The risk of ...
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