DETROIT -- Delphi Automotive Systems Corp. will lay off more workers than originally anticipated as it reels from the continuing production downturn in the automotive sector. Delphi says it expects depressed auto sales for 2002 at 15.2 million units and will now cut an additional 1,400 to 1,825 salaried jobs over the previously announced 11,500 hourly and salaried positions it said it was cutting earlier this year. Delphi expects $25.5 billion in sales for 2002, down from $26.1 million ...
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