While much of the talk in Washington centers on shoring up faltering U.S. auto makers, recent financial developments among parts suppliers demonstrate their critical need for additional funding and to boost production volumes to stave off bankruptcy or outright failure. Throughout the week, clouds grew darker over the supply base as several companies reported big losses for 2008; Chrysler LLC notified suppliers it plans to seek additional price cuts; and The Wall Street Journal reported ...
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