SAN FRANCISCO, Sept 27 (Reuters) - Automobile parts maker Delphi Corp. on Tuesday said that talks continue with major unions and key customer General Motors Corp. on a potential restructuring pact of its U.S. operations. Delphi said it is looking for a means to cut the high cost structure of its U.S. operations in the future. The Troy, Michigan-based company said, in a statement, that until a path is chosen for implementing its restructuring, it does not intend to comment further on ...
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