TROY, MI – Bankrupt Delphi Corp. is looking to extract painful concessions from its workforce, but will not charge more to former parent General Motors Corp. for current component contracts, says Delphi Chairman and CEO Robert “Steve” Miller. The supplier plans to submit written contract proposals to the unions by Oct. 21. CEO Miller says future of pensions rests on profits of a restructured Delphi. Miller expects workers to accept significant concessions by mid-December or the ...

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