Autoliv looks for deals to expand in high-tech car safety


* Autoliv ponders use of cash pile * Swedish company leader in car safety equipment * Europe market soft, America, China better By Helena Soderpalm and Niklas Pollard STOCKHOLM, March 26 (Reuters) - Autoliv, the world's biggest maker of car safety equipment, is on the look out for acquisitions in new high-tech areas, enticed by strong growth prospects for products that can help cars to avoid accidents. Chief Executive ...


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