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Company : Delphi Automotive Systems Ltd 
Friday, March 16, 2001 10:25AM IST (4:55AM GMT)
World leader in systems technology continues to grow Asia Pacific business
New Delhi, Delhi, India

Delphi Automotive Systems (NYSE: DPH) is aggressively building its global customer base and diverse regional components and systems capability. Today, Delphi announced a co-development agreement with Brilliance China Automotive Holdings Ltd. to supply Jinbei-branded vehicles with engine management systems (EMS) during the next four years. Production of these vehicles will begin in September 2001. The agreement covers four model years and is worth approximately $50 million to Delphi. "We are working diligently to grow our business in Asia Pacific," said Guy C. Hachey, vice president of Delphi Automotive Systems and president of Delphi Energy & Chassis Systems. "Delphi is clearly a leader in EMS, utilizing its unique 'building block' approach. In this case, we took all of the issues important to our customer: low emissions, fuel economy, vehicle performance, dependability and value, and offered them a complete systems solution." Engine management is the science of equipping and calibrating an engine to achieve clean exhaust emissions while providing the best possible performance, fuel economy and driveability.

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