PARIS – French supplier Faurecia SA increased its sales in North America 42% in 2007 as the new Cadillac CTS and Chevrolet Malibu came on line, but the company says future growth will be more moderate. However, the expectation of a morose 2008 for North American production does not concern Faurecia CEO Yann Delabriere, whose company nearly cut its losses in half last year. “We don’t have any business in light trucks, so in the short term, I am not concerned with what happens to half the ...

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