PARIS, April 29 (Reuters) - French car part maker Plastic Omnium posted a 0.8 percent dip in first-quarter sales on Tuesday on the back of a weak U.S. dollar. The maker of plastic car parts and wheeled bins used to collect urban rubbish said sales fell to 405.5 million euros from 408.9 million previously. Stripping out the effect of exchange rate swings, sales rose 8.3 percent, the firm said in a statement. Since a third of its sales are in North America, the impact of a strong dollar ...
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