UPDATE 1-Delphi sees reduced bankruptcy exit financing plan


(Adds details from court documents and background) DETROIT, Oct 30 (Reuters) - Auto parts maker Delphi Corp said on Tuesday the size of its bankruptcy exit financing package would be reduced and several changes made to its reorganization plan due to the roiling credit markets. Delphi, which filed for court protection in October 2005 and expects to depart bankruptcy in the first quarter of next year, said its exit financing package would be reduced by about $1.9 billion. The company ...

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