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Autoliv Inc (ALV.N)

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Mon, Oct 9 2017

BRIEF-South Africa's Competition Commission fines Autoliv near 150 mln rand

* SOUTH AFRICA'S COMPETITION COMMISSION - AUTOLIV HAS AGREED TO PAY AN ADMINISTRATIVE PENALTY OF ALMOST 150 MILLION RAND FOLLOWING ITS ADMISSION OF HAVING CONTRAVENED THE COMPETITION ACT

BRIEF-Autoliv to buy assets of Swedish LiDar specialist

* AUTOLIV TO ACQUIRE LIDAR AND TIME OF FLIGHT CAMERA EXPERTISE

Autoliv lifts shares with plans to split into two listed companies

STOCKHOLM Sweden's Autoliv said it planned to split into two listed companies, with one focused on high-tech safety gear to capture the rapid growth toward self-driving vehicles, lifting its shares on Thursday.

UPDATE 3-Autoliv lifts shares with plans to split into two listed companies

* One firm to focus on products such as airbags and seatbelts

BRIEF-Autoliv wins order from Geeely for autonomous driving radar systems

* Autoliv to supply geely radar systems for autonomous driving

BRIEF-Autoliv CEO says 2019 sales target largely based on already booked orders

* Carlson mentioned as possible candidate for Ericsson chairmanship by Swedish business daily Dagens Industri

Autoliv eyes split of business into two listed companies

STOCKHOLM, Sept 14 Autoliv , the world's largest maker of airbags and seatbelts, said on Thursday it would carry out a strategic review aimed at splitting its business into two separate companies.

BRIEF-Autoliv sets financial targets for 2020

* Autoliv - will outline its strategy for shareholder value creation and sets 2020 targets for passive safety and electronics as standalone entities

BRIEF-Autoliv to make strategic review to split business

* Autoliv initiates strategic review of separating its business segments, passive safety and electronics

BRIEF-Adient, Autoliv to collaborate on seats of the future

* Adient and Autoliv agree to collaborate on safety, comfort and convenience for seats of the future Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

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