TALLINN, Jan 30 (Reuters) - Estonian car safety equipment maker Norma , 51 percent owned by Sweden's Autoliv , said on Wednesday its fourth quarter 2007 net profit rose 22 percent to 38 million kroons ($3.6 million) in the year. It said the rise was due to a gain in exports to Russian car makers, including AvtoVaz . For the whole of 2007, the company's net profit was 106 millions kroons, up 19 percent. Net sales for the quarter were up 29 percent year-on-year to 369 million kroons. Full ...
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