Delphi says it has not tapped remaining credit


NEW YORK, Sept 21 (Reuters) - Struggling auto parts supplier Delphi Corp. on Wednesday said it had not drawn on the remaining $300 million under its $1.8 billion credit line, shooting down market rumors that it had completely tapped out that source of liquidity. The company's shares slid more than 10 percent to an all-time low on Tuesday as concerns mounted about Delphi's financial condition. In an interview with The Wall Street Journal published on Wednesday, Delphi's chief executive said ...

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