(Adds CSK Auto statement, updates share prices) By Susan Kelly CHICAGO, Nov 26 (Reuters) - Asbestos liability concerns pressured shares of auto parts retailers on Tuesday after the largest U.S. chain, AutoZone Inc. , said it was named as a defendant in lawsuits involving the sale of brake parts. Hundreds of U.S. companies, from the Big Three U.S. automakers to Halliburton Co. and Honeywell International Inc. , are facing lawsuits from claimants exposed to asbestos, a fire-resistant ...
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