Intier Automotive Inc. says there were no financial improprieties uncovered at any level in an internal investigation of itself and customer General Motors Corp. A Detroit Free Press report earlier in the week said executives from both sides were dismissed after it was found they were manipulating pricing. The paper said Intier was charging GM more for parts than what had been agreed upon and making it appear that it was charging GM less. A GM source denied in the report that workers were ...
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