FACTBOX-Delphi plans to close, sell 21 U.S. plants

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CHICAGO, March 31 (Reuters) - Bankrupt auto parts maker Delphi Corp. on Friday filed court papers to reject its U.S. labor agreements and unprofitable parts contracts with former parent General Motors Corp. The company wants the ability to cut wages and benefits for its U.S. hourly workforce that is represented by unions and the flexibility to execute a plan to close or sell some 21 U.S. unionized plants and focus on a core eight plants. Delphi sees the following plant sites as core or ...

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