Magna International Inc.’s competitors in the supplier community can show their technology to Adam Opel GmbH, secure in the knowledge that Magna won’t be peeking. “Upon the successful completion of the acquisition, Magna will put in place appropriate ‘firewalls’ in order to ensure a complete separation between its current auto parts business and Opel,” Magna Chairman and founder Frank Stronach says in a statement today. Similarly, Magna’s customers will be protected from any prying eyes ...

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