CHICAGO, Sept 26 (Reuters) - Delphi Corp. on Tuesday said nearly 14,000 United Auto Workers members will take retirements or buyouts overall under deals reached with the union and former parent General Motors Corp. Delphi said about 12,400 UAW workers opted for retirement programs, or about 85 percent of those eligible, and another 1,400 chose to take buyouts. The retirees are expected to leave Delphi by the end of 2006.
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