Losing some of its Ford Motor Co. seating business recently to rival Magna International Inc. may force Lear Corp. to eventually sell the plants that currently make seats for the automaker, a top Lear official says. Canada-based Magna International Inc. will begin supplying seats for the Ford Windstar when the current contract with Lear expires in 2002, putting in doubt the future of Lear's Oakville, Ont., facility. “It could go 100 ways. It's not until '03 or '04 (that supplying seats ...
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