DETROIT – With dozens of auto suppliers having endured bankruptcy and hundreds of others fighting for survival in recent years, a top supplier executive says auto makers finally are accepting responsibility to cover price increases for raw materials necessary to produce components. The issue of raw-material prices has been a political powder keg and has been responsible for years of losses piling up on supplier balance sheets. Hard-nosed OEM purchasing agents, especially those ...
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