FRANKFURT, Feb 22 (Reuters) - DaimlerChrysler wants Bosch [ROBG.UL] to pay some 75 million euros ($97.96 million) in compensation for faulty diesel fuel pumps provided by the world's biggest auto parts supplier, a German magazine reported on Tuesday. "The actual damage is around 100 million euros," Focus Money quoted an unidentified DaimlerChrysler executive as saying, adding the German-American carmaker wanted to get back three quarters of the amount. The faulty pumps, which Bosch has ...
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