STUTTGART, Germany, Jan 29 (Reuters) - One of the world's biggest auto suppliers Robert Bosch said late on Wednesday higher global car demand and the ongoing diesel boom in Europe will help lift the company's sales and earnings this year. Bosch Chief Executive Franz Fehrenbach also said the company's return on sales had risen to about five percent last year from 4.1 percent in 2002 due largely to a stronger performance at the automobile technology business. His comments were embargoed ...
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