DETROIT, Aug 18 (Reuters) - Bankrupt U.S. auto parts maker Delphi Corp said on Monday it would cut 600 salaried jobs from its electronics and safety division as part of a plan to cut the division's costs by 25 percent. Delphi, which employs just over 10,200 salaried workers in the United States, has cut thousands of jobs and sold off several business units since it filed for bankruptcy protection in October 2005. The company did not immediately specify a time frame for the job cuts. ...
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