CORRECTED-Raw material costs hamper Bosch margin goal in '12


(Corrects share of automotive parts business in group operating profit to 86 percent from 88 percent in sixth paragraph) STUTTGART/FRANKFURT, April 25 (Reuters) - The rising cost of raw materials on everything from plastics to metals means German industrial group Robert Bosch GmbH will likely miss its pretax margin target in 2012 for the second year in a row, it said on Thursday. Bosch, the world's largest supplier to the auto industry, said it expects to grow earnings before tax on an ...

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