Four months after its acquisition of LucasVarity plc, TRW Inc. says it is on pace to achieve at least $200 million in cost savings. Automotive profits before taxes for the Cleveland-based company were $238.2 million in the second quarter of 1999, up from $153.1 million in '98. Still, operating margins for the quarter declined from 8.4% in '98 to 7.2% in '99. Ward's Supplier Index 7/22/'99 % Chg.Prev. Week % Chg.Yr. to Date Ward's Index 130.7 -0.7 6.3 DaimlerChrysler 86.8 ...

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