BOMBAY, Aug 23 (Reuters) - German automotive group Bosch will invest 10 billion rupees ($216 million) in India over the next four years as part of its Asian expansion plans, it said on Monday. "A significant part of the investment will be directed towards the introduction of common rail diesel injection systems (equipment), including application, testing and manufacturing," Bosch said in a statement. The entire investment will be routed through Motor Industries Company Ltd. , the Indian ...
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