Australian parts makers Futuris Corp. and Pacifica Group fear that the tornado that significantly damaged a General Motors Corp. light-truck plant in Oklahoma City will affect their production. (See related story: Tornado Hits Oklahoma City Plant) Futuris owns heating, ventilation and air-conditioning system supplier Air International, and Pacifica makes brakes for the Oklahoma-built TrailBlazer and Envoy. Neither parts maker knows the status of their business with the plant. ...

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