NEW YORK, Sept 25 (Reuters) - Delphi Corp said on Thursday that it had reached a preliminary agreement with its creditors' committee and former parent General Motors Corp on changes to GM's support for the auto parts maker's plan to emerge from bankruptcy protection. Pending final agreement, the creditors would withdraw their objections to the plan, which calls for GM to provide $10.6 billion in support, including the assumption of $3.4 billion in pension obligations for Delphi's hourly ...
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