Members of President Barack Obama's auto task force met with top procurement executives from General Motors Corp., Ford Motor Co. and Chrysler LLC this week to discuss growing concerns about U.S. car-parts makers.
GM's Bo Andersson, Ford's Tony Brown and Chrysler's Scott Garberding met separately with members of the task force, including a key adviser, Ron Bloom, on Monday, said several people familiar with the meetings. The task force members discussed a range of options with the executives, these people said.
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