PARIS, Oct 24 (Reuters) - French car parts maker Faurecia on Monday reported a 15.9 percent rise in consolidated third-quarter sales, saying it had outperformed the global car market on the back of across-the-board growth in exteriors, interior systems and seating and that it was keeping its 2011 targets. Faurecia third-quarter revenue rose 15.9 pct, to 3.787 billion euros ($5.26 billion), while nine-month sales were up 18.3 percent, to 11.9 billion. All regions except for Europe grew at ...
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