STUTTGART, Germany, Jan 31 (Reuters) - The head of German car parts company Robert Bosch said late on Thursday a renewed takeover bid for heating and appliance maker Buderus was not an urgent issue. "The process is very complex," Bosch management board chairman Hermann Scholl told reporters in comments embargoed until Friday. "Buderus is a good and interesting firm for us. That does not necessarily mean we will make another takeover bid." Bosch is the world's second-largest automotive ...
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