STUTTGART, Jan 27 (Reuters) - German industrial conglomerate Robert Bosch [ROBG.UL] posted its first annual loss since 1945 and said it would have to struggle to break even this year, as the global economic crisis hit the world's top car-parts maker. "There has been no business year since 1945 in which we had to take such significant hits regarding sales and results as was the case in 2009," Bosch Chief Executive Franz Fehrenbach said in comments released on Wednesday. He added that 2010 ...
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