UPDATE 2-Autoliv posts first ever loss, sees more pain

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* Q4 pretax loss smaller than expected * Sees operating loss in Q1 * Sees sales down more than 45 pct in Q1 (Adds CEO, analyst comment, details updates share reaction) By Victoria Klesty STOCKHOLM, Jan 29 (Reuters) - World number one air bag and seat belt maker Autoliv reported its first-ever quarterly pretax loss on Thursday and said it would continue to lose money in the coming months. Shares in Autoliv were down 3.2 percent at 1322 GMT, weakening after the news and compared with ...

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