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Supplier ZF says driver-assistance technologies really hot now


The German supplier ZF Friedrichshafen AG moved to purchase y TRW Automotive Holdings in September for $13.5 billion as it seeks to consolidate its businesses and expand more into the field of driver-assist safety systems. The parts maker said that its internal forecast puts the sales of such technologies up 15 to 25% each year from now on as the revolution ...
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