Two widely recognized trade groups are calling for the renewal of a federal research and development credit program seen as vital to keeping American manufacturers, including auto suppliers, viable on the global stage. The Motor & Equipment Manufacturers Assn. estimates a loss of between $10 million and $25 million in automotive suppliers’ annual R&D funding if Congress does not extend the federal credit that expired June 30. An 18-month R&D credit extension has been ...
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