In an unusual public dispute, Visteon Corp. is balking at price cuts for 2001 requested by former parent Ford Motor Co. totaling $125 million in North America and $50 million in Europe, calling Ford’s position on the matter a “significant difference of opinion.” Visteon claims the money Ford is asking for in North America is $125 million more than what the supplier originally reserved and the $50 million in European cuts is a result of Ford misreading the contract. Furthermore, Visteon ...
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