Delphi Corp. says it lost $56 million in 2003, largely due to $402 million in restructuring charges, compared with a profit of $342 million in 2002. But the supplier is optimistic about its continuing business gains outside of former parent General Motors Corp., though GM remains Delphi’s biggest customer, accounting for 61% of revenue. Ford Motor Co. is now the supplier’s top non-GM customer, accounting for $900 million, or 28.5% of revenue last year. Delphi expects its Ford ...

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