DETROIT -- Visteon Corp. plans to sell its Markham, Ont., plant to Autoliv Inc., the Swedish safety systems supplier, for $25 million. The plant produces components for climate control systems and electronic components for occupant restraint systems. Autoliv will continue to produce restraint electronics at Markham, although Visteon will move production of everything else to other North American facilities. The deal should close before the end of the first quarter of 2002, but Visteon ...

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