General Motors Corp. plans a “virtual marketplace” for all products, raw materials, parts and service over GM MarketSite, an e-commerce venture that will link all of the No.1 automaker's suppliers, dealers and other businesses. The e-commerce venture will eventually handle virtually all of the estimated $86 billion annually GM now spends with its suppliers. The site will launch in the first quarter of 2000 and is expected to help businesses increase efficiency and reduce operating costs by ...
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