The contracts are there for the taking, say industry executives. For minority suppliers, the trick will be to meet strict industry quality and cost demands in the face of toughening economic times and competition from bigger, stronger, multinational suppliers, Terri Turner Moon, General Motors Corp. director of program purchasing, tells a gathering at a recent minority partsmakers workshop in Detroit. The confab, put on by VITEC, a minority held supplier that's partnered with Walbro ...

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