ANN ARBOR, MI – These days, being any kind of supplier to the auto industry is no walk in the park. But being a supplier of powertrain-associated goods apparently is tantamount to walking in a minefield with iron boots. Results of a study presented at the recent Global Powertrain Conference (GPC) here say one-third of the U.S. and Europe’s powertrain-related suppliers are “at risk” of going bankrupt within three years. So says C.V. Ramachandran, a consultant with Alix ...

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