PARIS, Sept 27 (Reuters) - French automotive parts group Faurecia is tapping into a growing trend for carmakers to appeal to environmentally conscious customers. "Environment starts to be in some cases a unique selling point," product planning Vice President Philippe Aumont told a Reuters Automotive Forum in Paris. Squeezed between rising raw material costs and price concession demands from automakers, the car parts industry is splitting into successful specialists with strong brands and ...
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