General Motors Corp. reportedly unveils to its 300 top parts suppliers a new 2-year plan designed to improve poor relations and set cost-cutting targets for individual components. (See related story: GM, Ford Hurting From Poor Supplier Relations) The new arrangement goes into effect in the fourth quarter and will guide purchases through 2007. Under the new plan, collaboration between GM and its suppliers will be promoted, with each company to be evaluated on its ability to deliver the ...

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