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Autoliv Inc (ALV.N)

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Thu, May 31 2018

UPDATE 1-Sweden's Autoliv reports record orders for Veoneer before spin-off

STOCKHOLM, May 31 Autoliv , the world's largest maker of airbags and seatbelts, said it had seen record order intake over the past 12 months for its electronics business Veoneer and raised its longer-term forecast for some of its products.

Sweden's Autoliv says Veoneer order intake grew 48 pct over past 12 months

STOCKHOLM, May 31 Autoliv , the world's largest maker of airbags and seatbelts, said it had seen record order intake over the past year for its electronics business, Veoneer, and raised its longer-term forecast for some electronics products.

BRIEF-Autoliv Announces Agreement With Cevian Regarding Veoneer

* AUTOLIV INC SAYS PURSUANT TO AGREEMENT WITH CEVIAN, AUTOLIV AND VEONEER AGREED TO TAKE ACTION FOR VEONEER TO APPOINT MR. SYNNERGREN TO VEONEER'S BOARD FOLLOWING SPIN-OFF OF VEONEER

UPDATE 1-Autoliv Q1 profit lags forecast ahead of split

STOCKHOLM, April 27 Autoliv , the world's largest maker of airbags and seatbelts, reported quarterly earnings just below market expectations on Friday and said it would not deliver financial guidance for the group ahead of its impending split.

BRIEF-Autoliv sees bigger hit from raw material costs in 2018

April 27 Autoliv Inc CEO Jan Carlson in interview with Reuters:

Autoliv Q1 operating profit just below forecast

STOCKHOLM, April 27 Autoliv , the world's largest maker of airbags and seatbelts, reported quarterly operating earnings just below market expectations on Friday and said it would not deliver financial guidance for the group ahead of its impending split.

BRIEF-Autoliv provides update ahead of planned spin-off

* ANNOUNCED IMPORTANT STEPS IN PROCESS TO SPIN-OFF ITS ELECTRONICS BUSINESS

Autoliv says CEO Carlson to take the helm at spin-off Veoneer

STOCKHOLM, March 22 Autoliv , the world's biggest maker of airbags and seatbelts, said on Thursday its chief executive Jan Carlson would become head of its electronics business, Veoneer, which it plans to spin off and list in the third quarter.

BRIEF-Autoliv says Jan Carlson to become CEO of spin-off Veoneer

* SAYS ‍JAN CARLSON WILL BE CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER OF VEONEER FOLLOWING COMPLETION OF SPIN-OFF​

BRIEF-Autoliv selected to develop and produce first level 3 ADAS system for Geely

* SAYS HAS TOGETHER WITH ITS SOFTWARE JOINT VENTURE ZENUITY, BEEN SELECTED TO DEVELOP AND PRODUCE THE FIRST LEVEL 3 ADVANCED DRIVER ASSISTANCE SYSTEMS FOR GEELY

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