AURORA, Ont., Canada – With cash in the bank, labor peace in its plants and a cautious expansion strategy backed by motivated managers, Magna International Inc. appears ready to live up to Wall Street’s high expectations for 2003. CEO Belinda Stronach attributes Magna's strength to its corporate culture. Calling it the industry’s “best supplier on an operational basis,” Merrill Lynch predicts the Canada-based supplier will experience revenue and earnings-per-share growth next ...

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