General Motors’ Vauxhall subsidiary says it is ahead of schedule with a plan to source an extra €200 million ($273 million) in parts from U.K. contractors by the end of 2011. Vauxhall says the new supply contracts ensure an additional €40 million ($55 million) a year is spent with U.K. suppliers and correspond to an overall increase of 15% in the auto maker’s domestic sourcing. Parts now resourced from the U.K. range from carpets to powertrain components, cargo nets, suspension springs, ...
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