CANTON, MS – Conceding it does “very little” business with troubled Delphi Corp., Nissan North America Inc., nevertheless, is concerned about the effect a labor strike at the world’s largest supplier could have on the U.S. auto industry. “We do very little with Delphi,” Dan Gaudette, NNA senior vice president-manufacturing, tells Ward's here at a media event. “However, our Tier 1 suppliers do a lot of work with Delphi, so we do have concerns. “I think the real concern is the industry as ...

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