INTERVIEW-D'Ieteren eyeing bolt-on car windscreen buys


BRUSSELS, Oct 27 (Reuters) - Belgium's D'Ieteren is looking at making bolt-on acquisitions at its Belron car windscreen unit as part of its strategy to expand the operation geographically. "Are we going to continue making acquisitions? The answer is yes, will we continue to expand geographically," D'Ieteren's Chief Executive Jean-Pierre Bizet told Reuters during an interview at its headquarters in Brussels on Wednesday. Belron has been an increasingly significant growth driver for ...

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