NEW YORK, Nov 17 (Reuters) - Labor leaders said bankrupt auto parts maker Delphi Corp. demanded 24,000 hourly job cuts over three years, a plan which union leaders refuse to even submit to the company's workers for a vote, the Detroit Free Press reported on Thursday. The newspaper said the job cuts -- which would eliminate about two-thirds of Delphi's union workers -- would be coupled with steep wage cuts under the company's plan, which greatly increases the chances of a strike by the ...
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