General Motors Corp., Ford Motor Co. and Chrysler LLC reportedly are seeking backup suppliers in case production is halted at Plastech Engineered Products Inc. A proposed $200 million bailout by the Detroit Three auto makers and Johnson Controls Inc. to stablize the struggling supplier now appears uncertain. The four parties unsuccessfully attempted a $46 million bailout of Plastech, the industry's largest minority-owned supplier, in early 2007. GM reportedly has sought quotes from other ...

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