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Published on September 8, 2009
Back on top: Bridgestone takes title back from Michelin, though tire unit sales lower
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September 8, 2009
AKRON (Sept. 7, 2009)—Bridgestone Corp. regained the No. 1 spot last year from Michelin as the world's largest tire maker, despite reporting lower tire division sales in its yen-denominated accounts.
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