Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. suppliers are protesting demands they cut parts prices an average 15% over three years. Nissan already has trimmed its purchasing costs 20% over the last two years. A Nissan official says some suppliers say they can only commit for certain parts but not others, or they can give only a 5% reduction in the first year of the 3-year period. Delphi Corp. says General Motors Corp.’s decision to stop offering some features as standard equipment on models is costing it from ...
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