NEW YORK, May 26 (Reuters) - Bankrupt auto parts maker Delphi Corp. has been able to cut its union workforce under existing labor agreements, but it cannot close plants, reduce wages or benefits, a Delphi executive testified on Friday. Darrell Kidd, Delphi's executive director of labor relations, testified that the company has been able to cut thousands of jobs since 1999 through existing voluntary attrition programs. "(It's) difficult, but not impossible," Kidd said when asked whether ...
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