FRANKFURT, Jan 29 (Reuters) - The head of German heating and appliance maker Buderus said on Wednesday the company had so far held no talks with car parts maker Robert Bosch about Bosch lifting its stake in the firm. "We have so far not had any talks," Buderus chief executive Uwe Lueders told Reuters in a telephone interview. Bosch has been talking to Buderus' main shareholder, building group Bilfinger Berger , about buying its stake in the firm, after making a surprise announcement ...
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