TRAVERSE CITY, Michigan, U.S.A. — A top executive at Magna International Inc. says his company remains interested in building a plant for niche vehicle assembly in North America, but that the program won't move forward without a sizeable contract with an automaker. As the president of Magna's SteyrSymatec North America subsidiary, D. Craig Winn is attempting to integrate and maximize the formidable modular capabilities of Canada's top automotive parts supplier. Part of his mission is to ...
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