A Shrinking Supply Of SuppliersKathleen Kerwin and Bill Vlasic
American auto makers will rely on fewer parts suppliers in 1996. Ford Motor Co., for example, has reduced its stable from 10,000 to 2,300--and aims for 1,150 by decade's end. At the same time, Detroit has suppliers building a larger percentage of the content of its cars than ever.
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