By Gabriel Moreno MEXICO CITY, Jan 27 (Reuters) - U.S. automotive parts supplier Delphi Corp. said on Tuesday it would shut its northern Mexican state of Chihuahua plant this year, cutting 1,450 jobs as high labor costs made the plant uncompetitive. Delphi spokeswoman Mary McCahon said it would shut down the Ciudad Delicias plant, which produces wiring for the auto industry, "later in the year" and transfer production to another of its 55 plants in Mexico. Sources at the plant who ...
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