Do not expect a “run on the bank” with troubled suppliers filing lawsuits to protect themselves from a collapse at Chrysler LLC or General Motors Corp., says Neil DeKoker. The managing director of the Original Equipment Suppliers Assn. says there is “a high level of concern” about the troubled auto makers’ viability, and that anxiety is magnified among European suppliers. But the U.S. government’s commitment to provide loans to Chrysler and GM has kept panic at bay. The president and ...
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