CHICAGO, Sept 26 (Reuters) - Lear Corp. expects to complete a deal to contribute its European auto interiors business to a joint venture with financier Wilbur Ross in the next several weeks, Chief Executive Robert Rossiter said on Tuesday. Lear remains confident it will reach a solution for the rest of its struggling interiors business that includes ties to Ross as well, Rossiter said at a J.P. Morgan investor conference at the Paris Auto Show that was Web cast.
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