STOCKHOLM, Nov 28 (Reuters) - Swedish car seat belt and airbag maker Autoliv said on Thursday that its order intake would increase significantly, sending its shares up more than six percent. Autoliv Sverige AB said order intake in 2002 would rise much more than 10 percent. "2002 would like like being very good, a smashing year -- the best ever," Chief Executive Lars Westerberg told Reuters in an interview. Autoliv shares were up 6.4 percent at 1544 GMT in a stronger Swedish market ...
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