The economic impacts created by the coronavirus outbreak in China are rippling through the global supply chain. Curbing the spread of the disease, the Chinese government ordered the shutdown of factories. It's an order rippling through Michigan's automotive industry. WGVU spoke with Warner Norcross + Judd LLP partner and co-chair of the firm's Automotive Industry Group Michael Brady about advising automotive parts suppliers during this uncertain time.
"If just one part in one assembly isn't delivered on time that could delay deliveries of products to a Ford or a Chrysler or General Motors and that could slow down production or potentially stop production for a period of time," said Brady.
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