Beleaguered suppliers will continue to parade through U.S. bankruptcy courts and America’s auto industry will miss the green economy boom unless more capital becomes available, experts warn. “General lending is selectively returning,” says Dave Andrea, Original Equipment Suppliers Assn. vice president-industry analysis and economics. But companies with annual revenues in the $100 million-$150 million range are targeted with “tremendous” borrowing costs, he adds. “The terms are far from ...
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