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Delphi wins GM business

DETROIT - Delphi Automotive Systems Corp.'s Delphi Delco Electronics Systems business won a contract to supply General Motors with an engine controller that will be used on multiple platforms.

The names of these platforms and terms of the deal were undisclosed. Delphi will start supplying the product for GM's 2006 models. The supplier plans to build about 80 percent of the controllers at its plant in Kokomo, Ind., and the remainder at its plant in Reynosa, Mexico.



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