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Bosch benefits from ZF’s acquisition of TRW


Robert Bosch GmbH, the world’s largest automotive parts supplier, has gained an unexpected benefit from ZF Friedrichshafen AG’s step to buy TRW Automotive Holdings Corp. Bosch will also purchase a ZF stake (worth 50%) in a joint venture company that specializes in building electronic-steering systems, a part that could become critical once driverless cars become a common sight. This “makes Bosch a ...
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