WARREN, MI – Despite one of the biggest trade disputes in recent memory raging on, General Motors Corp. appears unconcerned steel import tariffs will increase costs as it negotiates new supply contacts over the next two years. “We have done a lot of things, and we will be doing a lot of things,” Bo Andersson, GM vice president-worldwide purchasing, production control and logistics tells Ward's here at GM’s Tech Center. “I don’t want to get into a lot of detail, but we feel we have more ...
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