FRANKFURT, May 20 (Reuters) - Robert Bosch GmbH [ROBG.UL] expects it can maintain its pretax profit margin this year at 6.4 percent, the German industrial group said on Friday. "Last year's level is achievable," Chief Executive Franz Fehrenbach said on the sidelines of a conference. In 2004, the world's largest car-parts maker posted a pretax profit margin of 6.4 percent.
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