By David Bailey CHICAGO, Oct 27 (Reuters) - U.S.-based auto parts suppliers are suffering through an ugly second half of 2006, but 2007 may be even worse for some, BorgWarner Inc. Chief Executive Timothy Manganello said on Friday. "If you are a North American-based auto supplier and you don't have a good global customer footprint, I think you are going to be in deep trouble," Manganello said in an interview. Fortunately for Manganello, BorgWarner has a broad revenue base -- more than ...
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