The PSA Peugeot Citroen partnership with General Motors promises richer paydays for some suppliers, but not all, industry insiders warn. The tie-up, announced last week, will see platform consolidation accounting for 3.9 million B- and D-segment vehicles. Such volume is enough to significantly enrich the coffers of suppliers that win sourcing contracts for the resulting new-vehicle programs. But those programs, by definition of the GM-PSA tie-up, will be fewer. Expect the deal ...
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