STOCKHOLM, Sept 24 (Reuters) - Autoliv , the world's biggest maker of car seat belts and air bags, will shift more production to Estonia, meaning the loss of 275 jobs in Sweden, the company said on Friday. The company blamed pricing pressures for the move. Other car parts makers have already complained about the rising price of steel as did Swedish home appliances maker Electrolux on Thursday, when it issued a profit warning due to the cost of the metal. The Autoliv move will affect ...
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