STOCKHOLM, Jan 31 (Reuters) - Auto safety equipment maker Autoliv posted a bigger-than-expected rise in fourth-quarter earnings on Friday, but forecast slower like-for-like sales growth and a flat profit margin for 2014. Autoliv, the world's biggest maker of safety gear such as seat belts and airbags, said fourth-quarter pretax profit rose to $195 million from a year-ago $170 million to come in ahead of a mean forecast for $190 million in a Reuters poll of analysts. ...
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