The vice president of worldwide purchasing for General Motors Corp. confirms what a number of supplier executives have suggested in recent months — that the world's largest automaker is backing off its controversial Current Savings program. In addition, Harold R. Kutner admits he “didn't like” the policy, which sparked protest among suppliers last year. The policy requires certain suppliers on high-volume programs to pay for their anticipated cost reductions at the beginning of a ...
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