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June 1999
Automotive News;6/7/1999, Vol. 73 Issue 5823, p29
Trade Publication
Reports on news and developments related to automobile supplies companies in the United States and elsewhere as of June 7, 1999. Includes Eaton Corp.'s plans of constructing a truck transmission plant in Mexico; Joint venture between Borg-Warner Automotive Inc. and Lapeer Metal Stamping Co. Inc.; Recognition of Dana Corp.'s Spicer Light Axle Group.


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