By Michael Shields, European Auto Correspondent FRANKFURT, Feb 26 (Reuters) - Squeezed between rising raw materials prices and the stinginess of hard-pressed carmakers, Germany's leading automotive suppliers have found a way to handle the high cost of doing business at home. Companies like Robert Bosch [ROBG.UL] and Continental AG have focused domestically on developing must-have technology that defies price cut pressure, while shifting some output to low-cost centres abroad. "Our ...
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