Will Suppliers Rule Tomorrow's Auto Business?

March 1999
Automotive Manufacturing & Production;Mar1999, Vol. 111 Issue 3, p20
Trade Publication
Ponders on whether suppliers will rule the automobile business by year 2010. Trends in the automobile business that are moving to the supplier-dominant form; How a supplier-dominant model could emerge.


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