STOCKHOLM, Jan 29 (Reuters) - World number one air bag and seat belt maker Autoliv reported a smaller-than-expected fourth-quarter pretax loss on Thursday but said it would continue running a loss in the coming months. The quarterly pretax loss at the group, which is based in Sweden but reports in dollars, amounted to $47 million compared to a year-ago profit of $149 million, topping the mean forecast for a $56 million loss in a Reuters poll of nine analysts.
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