NEW YORK, June 25 (Reuters) - Bankrupt auto parts maker Delphi Corp. will retain and operate four plants under a tentative agreement with the United Auto Workers, according to a document posted on a Web site run by union members. Delphi would hold another four sites for divestiture as ongoing businesses and would wind down or consolidate 10 plants, according to the memorandum of understanding posted on www.SoldiersofSolidarity.com. Delphi's agreement with the UAW and former parent ...
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