PARIS – The combination in Europe of Lear Corp.’s interior business with that of bankrupt Collins & Aikman Corp. won’t make an immediate impact on Faurecia SA, the European leader in several segments where both compete. “They are already competitors,” says a Faurecia spokeswoman. “This won’t make much difference.” International Auto Components Group, a joint venture being formed by Lear Corp., New York investor Wilbur Ross and a third capitalist, Franklin Mutual Advisers, has agreed ...
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