Delphi Automotive Systems, the industry's largest supplier, posted an impressive second-quarter gain after its first year of independence from General Motors Corp., while No.2 Visteon Corp. demonstrated the difficulties associated with its own separation from Ford Motor Co. Visteon earned $162 million during the second quarter of 2000, down considerably from $280 million a year ago. The company attributes the decline to the 5% price cut it granted its largest customer, Ford, last year. ...
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