General Motors Corp. says it has enough tires to launch its all-new Saturn Outlook and GMC Acadia cross/utility vehicles, but a legal dispute with Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. may threaten continued production at the new plant. GM last week filed a lawsuit against Goodyear, its primary tire supplier, claiming the tire maker is wrongly withholding tire shipments in a dispute over prices. The cutoff in supply could bring "catastrophic, irreparable losses" for GM’s North America assembly ...

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