FRANKFURT, Oct 26 (Reuters) - Robert Bosch GmbH [ROBG.UL], the world's largest car parts maker, has paid DaimlerChrysler compensation for supplying faulty diesel fuel pumps, a source familiar with the situation said on Wednesday. Bosch, well-respected as a specialist in diesel technology, suffered an embarassing blow to its image after selling shoddy fuel pumps to German carmakers like Daimler and BMW at the beginning of this year due to defective components it received from one of its own ...
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