Autoliv Long Term Debt 2010-2022 | ALV

Autoliv long term debt from 2010 to 2022. Long term debt can be defined as the sum of all long term debt fields.
  • Autoliv long term debt for the quarter ending June 30, 2022 was $1.060B, a 38.08% decline year-over-year.
  • Autoliv long term debt for 2021 was $1.662B, a 21.23% decline from 2020.
  • Autoliv long term debt for 2020 was $2.11B, a 22.24% increase from 2019.
  • Autoliv long term debt for 2019 was $1.726B, a 7.28% increase from 2018.
Autoliv Annual Long Term Debt
(Millions of US $)
2021 $1,662
2020 $2,110
2019 $1,726
2018 $1,609
2017 $1,311
2016 $1,324
2015 $1,499
2014 $1,521
2013 $279
2012 $563
2011 $364
2010 $638
2009 $821
Autoliv Quarterly Long Term Debt
(Millions of US $)
2022-06-30 $1,060
2022-03-31 $1,647
2021-12-31 $1,662
2021-09-30 $1,687
2021-06-30 $1,712
2021-03-31 $2,039
2020-12-31 $2,110
2020-09-30 $2,007
2020-06-30 $2,567
2020-03-31 $2,209
2019-12-31 $1,726
2019-09-30 $1,815
2019-06-30 $1,850
2019-03-31 $1,598
2018-12-31 $1,609
2018-09-30 $1,678
2018-06-30 $1,678
2018-03-31 $1,325
2017-12-31 $1,311
2017-09-30 $1,323
2017-06-30 $1,323
2017-03-31 $1,324
2016-12-31 $1,324
2016-09-30 $1,472
2016-06-30 $1,460
2016-03-31 $1,499
2015-12-31 $1,499
2015-09-30 $1,500
2015-06-30 $1,506
2015-03-31 $1,511
2014-12-31 $1,521
2014-09-30 $1,521
2014-06-30 $1,528
2014-03-31 $278
2013-12-31 $279
2013-09-30 $424
2013-06-30 $440
2013-03-31 $561
2012-12-31 $563
2012-09-30 $497
2012-06-30 $473
2012-03-31 $469
2011-12-31 $364
2011-09-30 $480
2011-06-30 $488
2011-03-31 $640
2010-12-31 $638
2010-09-30 $680
2010-06-30 $709
2010-03-31 $793
2009-12-31 $821
2009-09-30 $1,188
2009-06-30 $1,088
2009-03-31 $1,748
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Auto/Tires/Trucks Auto & Truck Original Equipment Manufacturers $5.946B $8.230B
Autoliv Inc., operating through two principal subsidiaries Autoliv AB and Autoliv ASP, is one of the leading manufacturers and suppliers of a wide range of products, which majorly includes passive safety systems. Its passive safety systems include modules and components for frontal-impact & side-impact airbag protection systems, seatbelts, steering wheels, inflator technologies, battery cable cutters, pedestrian protection systems and child seats. Autoliv engages in joint ventures to expand geographical expansion, develop and gain support to market its full product line to vehicle manufacturers. Its business is conducted in five key regions, which includes Europe, the Americas, China, Japan and the Rest of Asia.?Major customers of this automotive safety supplier include Mitsubishi Motors, Nissan, Renault, Ford, Volkswagen, Hyundai, Kia, Honda, Toyota, Daimler, General Motors, BMW and Stellantis. It has two reportable segments: Airbags & Associated Products?and Seatbelts & Associated Products.
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