The loss of U.S. manufacturing jobs has become politically contentious, but automotive engineers are equally nervous that their jobs are bound to move offshore as well. In Kokomo, IN, where Delphi Corp. has headquarters and a technical center for its Electronics & Safety division (formerly Delco Electronics), engineers were apprehensive in 2000 when the company opened its Software Technical Center in Bangalore, India. (See related story: Technology Turns Bangalore into India's Silicon ...

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