TROY, Mich., Sept 23 (Reuters) - Automotive parts supplier Delphi Corp. said on Monday that it expects its European operations to record sales of about $5.8 billion this year, boosted in part by the sale of its diesel fuel systems. During the first six months of this year, Delphi Europe booked sales valued at more than $3 billion over the life of the contracts. The company said it expects that for all of 2002, booked sales will be as strong as the $6 billion booked in 2001. French ...
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