(Recasts first paragraph, adds details, background) CHICAGO, Sept 26 (Reuters) - Roughly 62 percent of bankrupt auto parts maker Delphi Corp.'s U.S. union workers have opted out of the company through retirements or buyouts, the company said on Tuesday. More than 20,000 union workers have accepted offers to leave out of the 32,400 Delphi employed after it filed for bankruptcy in October 2005, including some 1,400 United Auto Workers members who took buyouts that were announced Tuesday. ...
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