Autoliv preps new China airbag plant to supply Great Wall

Feb. 25, 2014 10:34 CET
Autoliv will start building an airbag plant in the second half of this year in the north China city of Baoding, where Great Wall Motor Co. is headquartered. The plant will make airbags mainly for Great Wall's Haval SUVs.... Read More »


Autoliv raises sales outlook for 2013 as Q3 profit rises 1%

Oct. 24, 2013 13:22 CET
Auto safety specialist Autoliv posted a small rise of 1 percent in quarterly pre-tax earnings and raised its sales outlook for the full year.... Read More »


Autoliv sees brighter 2013 sales growth

July 19, 2013 14:25 CET
Autoliv says it expects sales growth this year to hit 4 percent, the top end of its forecast range, as a recovery in car production boosted demand in the second quarter.... Read More »


Japan's Diamond Electric to pay $19 million U.S. fine in parts price-fixing probe

11:42 am U.S. ET | July 16, 2013
A Japanese manufacturer of ignition coils that were sold to Ford Motor, Toyota Motor and Subaru parent Fuji Heavy Industries has agreed to plead guilty and pay a $19 million fine for its role in a conspiracy to fix prices of automotive components, the U.S. Department of Justice said.... Read More »


Autoliv targets revenue gains of 5% on China, U.S. demand

May 14, 2013 10:19 CET
Swedish supplier Autoliv is targeting annual revenue growth of 5 percent or more in the next five years based on an increase in Chinese and U.S. car sales.... Read More »


Autoliv sticks to 2013 profit goal after robust Q1 earnings

April 26, 2013 14:11 CET
Swedish supplier Autoliv stuck to its core 2013 profit goal after China sales helped offset a European downturn in the first quarter and pretax profit at the company rose to $170 million from $141 million compared with the year before.... Read More »


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