Korea Delphi Automotive Systems ends its boycott of Daewoo Motor Co. Ltd., just days after the resignation of Korea Delphi President Bae Gil-hoon. Korea Delphi reportedly was to begin shipping parts to Daewoo Sept. 11, two weeks after it began its boycott of the auto maker for unpaid bills. About 70% of Korea Delphi’s revenues are tied to Daewoo. The decision to resume shipments was not related to Bae’s resignation, the supplier says. The dispute cost Korea Delphi about 2 billion won ...

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