General Motors Corp., already redefining supplier/automaker relationships with its “Current Savings” program, says the 4-year contracts worth $11.7 billion it signed last week with steelmakers for 18 million metric tons of steel does take into account reselling the material to components manufacturers. “We have a very active resale program, and part of the steel purchase was for that resale activity where we purchase it and provide it to our suppliers,” says John Stiles, executive director ...
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