DaimlerChrysler Corp. kicked off the Michigan Minority Procurement Conference in Detroit last week by launching a new partnership with 52 minority suppliers in an effort to better prepare them for work with DCC and other automakers. The DaimlerChrysler Minority Enterprise Initiative calls for Comerica Bank and consulting firm ASG Renaissance of Detroit to work intensively with each of the 52 companies, which were hand picked by the automaker. Comerica will help each company assess legal, ...

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