Delphi Automotive Systems boosts its Asia/Pacific presence with $1 billion worth of new business in the region. The contracts, signed during the first nine months of the year and announced at last week's Tokyo Motor Show, will be reflected in Delphi revenues starting in 2001. Only 20% of the projects involve General Motors Corp. Delphi Chief Executive J.T. Battenberg says he expects the company's sales to double in Asia by 2003. The partsmaker saw $1.6 billion in sales in the region in ...

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