The top two Japanese auto makers in the U.S. are happy rivals General Motors Corp. and Chrysler LLC will be receiving federal bridge loans, saying the action stabilizes business for all U.S. auto makers. Toyota, Honda and other foreign transplants in the U.S. share a large percentage of their supply base with the Detroit Three. “A high percentage of the content of the vehicles we build here comes from North American suppliers, so we are very reliant on this supplier base,” Toyota Motor ...

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