Navistar sues Ford again in diesel contract spat


DETROIT, Feb 28 (Reuters) - Navistar International Corp on Thursday said it refiled a lawsuit against Ford Motor Co over a disputed diesel engine contract and was seeking "at least hundreds of million of dollars" in damages from the automaker. Navistar originally sued Ford in June last year, claiming breach of contract. That lawsuit was dismissed by an Illinois state judge to allow time for the two companies to mediate the dispute through a third party. Navistar said that the two sides ...

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