Delphi Mexico sees car part sales stable in 2004


MEXICO CITY, Jan 21 (Reuters) - U.S. auto parts maker Delphi Corp. said on Wednesday it expects sales at its Mexican unit to be around $9.0 billion this year, similar to the level in 2003. Delphi spokeswoman Mary McCahon told Reuters the company was confident that in 2004 there would be a rebound in demand for autoparts from its clients, driven by higher demand for cars in the U.S. market. "There is optimism. Forecasts from our clients indicate a stronger market for this year," she said. ...

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