UPDATE 1-Lear expects 'going concern' notice


* No longer in compliance with primary credit facility * Says expects 'going concern' opinion from auditors * Delays 2008 annual report DETROIT, Feb 27 (Reuters) - Lear Corp is no longer in compliance with its primary credit facility and expects auditors to cast doubt on its ability to continue as a 'going concern,' the auto parts maker said on Friday. The warning is the latest in a series of grim outlooks from automakers and parts suppliers reeling from tight credit conditions and ...

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