STOCKHOLM, April 26 (Reuters) - Autoliv, the world's biggest maker of car safety equipment like seatbelts and airbags, reported first quarter earnings on Friday which rose more than expected and it said it was helped by higher sales in China. The Swedish company was also slightly more optimistic about sales growth this year, expecting an organic sales rise, which strips out acquisitions and currency movements, of 2 to 4 percent, rather than the 1 to 3 percent expected before. ...
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