STOCKHOLM, June 2 (Reuters) - Auto safety gear maker Autoliv has reached three separate settlements in U.S. antitrust class action lawsuits and expects to incur $65 million in costs in the second quarter, the company said on Monday. The settlements are the latest result of long-running probes by antitrust enforcers in several countries into price fixing of more than 30 types of car parts, including seat belts, radiators, windshield wipers, air-conditioning systems, power window motors and ...
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