DETROIT – Even before General Motors Corp. announced this past fall it was amending its “terms and conditions” governing long-term supplier contracts, the Original Equipment Suppliers Assn. had been working on its own “terms and conditions” for more than a year. OESA, the 355-member supplier organization, recently sent its proposed terms and conditions to GM and Ford Motor Co. in hopes of starting a dialogue. Ford also revised its supplier terms and conditions in late 2003. ...

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