STOCKHOLM, Dec 15 (Reuters) - Autoliv , the world's biggest maker of air bags and seat belts, said on Thursday that its board had agreed to buy back an additional 10 million of its own shares. Autoliv, which has 83.7 million shares outstanding, said in a statement it had already bought back 20 million shares under a previous mandate. The firm also said a dividend of 32 cents per share payable on March 2, 2006, had been declared at the board meeting.
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