TOKYO — Delphi Automotive Systems is increasing its Asia-Pacific presence with US$1 billion worth of new business in the region. The contracts, signed during the first nine months of the year and announced at the recent Tokyo Motor Show, will show up in Delphi revenues starting in 2001. Only 20% of the projects involve General Motors Corp. Delphi's goal since spinning off from GM in May is to achieve 50% non-GM business outside North America by 2002 — a goal that officials say is right on ...
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