STOCKHOLM, April 30 (Reuters) - Swedish car seat belt and airbag maker Autoliv said on Wednesday it has expanded its share buyback programme. "As a result management is authorised to repurchase an additional 10 million shares of its outstanding common stock in addition to the existing authorisation of 10 million shares," the company said in a statement.
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