PARIS – Valeo profits and sales have nearly returned to historic levels, and with investments in Asia and carbon-dioxide-reduction technologies, the supplier intends to surpass itself. Sales in 2010 reached €9.6 billion ($13.2 billion), about €65 million ($90 million) more than in pre-crisis 2007, but global automotive production rose from 70.2 million vehicles in 2007 to 74 million in 2010, diluting Valeo’s “per car” sales by about 5%. “The growth in the intervening years was in Asia,” ...
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