Delphi says 12,600 UAW workers accept retirement


SAN FRANCISCO, June 26 (Reuters) - Delphi Corp., the bankrupt auto-parts maker, said on Monday that 12,600 employees represented by the United Auto Workers union agreed to retire as the company reorganizes its business. The results are preliminary, and employees who signed up within the last seven days may still revoke their decision, said Delphi of Troy, Michigan.

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