By Ben LaMothe FLINT, Mich., June 22 (Reuters) - Outside Delphi Corp.'s once-sprawling Flint East plant, workers greeted news of a cost-cutting labor deal for the bankrupt auto parts supplier on Friday with a mix of gratitude, relief and frustration. "I don't know what the deal is, but I am sure its something better than what we have now because we don't have anything now," said Robert Roland, 29, one of hundreds of lower-wage replacement workers brought in a year ago to replace Delphi ...
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