A 2-year feud between Ford Motor Co. and diesel-supplier Navistar International Corp. soon could reach a boiling point following the auto maker’s announcement last month it will begin assembling light- and medium-duty diesels in Mexico. A contract between the two companies stipulates Navistar is Ford’s exclusive supplier of diesel mills in North America. The company currently supplies the auto maker with 6.4L PowerStroke diesel engines for F-Series Super-Duty pickups. Lawsuits between ...
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