UPDATE 3-Delphi profit falls on restructuring charges

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(Updates with share price, details) By Justin Hyde DETROIT, Jan 20 (Reuters) - Automotive parts supplier Delphi Corp. on Tuesday posted weaker fourth-quarter earnings as charges for job cuts offset new business from automakers other than its largest customer, General Motors Corp. Delphi, one of the two largest parts makers in the world, faces continuous pressure from automakers who have seen prices for their vehicles decline in recent years. Delphi said it was on track with its plans ...

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