HIROSHIMA – A mission from General Motors Corp. of the United States met Monday with some 100 officials from auto parts makers in the city of Hiroshima, home of Mazda Motor Corp., an affiliate of GM’s rival Ford Motor Co., to discuss possible procurements.
Woody Williams, executive director in charge of worldwide purchasing at General Motors Asia Pacific, told the session that the world’s largest automaker is ready to buy parts from any supplier as long as prices are competitive.
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