Responding to a lawsuit filed Oct. 7 by Chrysler LLC, Getrag Group says it didn’t violate terms of an agreement with the auto maker on a joint-venture plant in Tipton, IN, slated to make dual-clutch transmissions. Chrysler alleges Getrag did not obtain the necessary debt financing for the plant and is seeking unspecified damages and a declaration that it is not responsible for Getrag’s expenses on the facility. Johnson Controls-Saft Advanced Power Solutions is supplying BMW AG with ...

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