BRUSSELS, June 30 (Reuters) - Johnson Controls and Germany's Robert Bosch won permission from the European Commission on Thursday to purchase Delphi Corp.'s auto battery business in Europe. The Commission granted permission for the purchase of the European Starting, Lighting and Ignition automotive battery business. Johnson Controls, based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, is an automotive interiors maker and is purchasing much of Delphi's global auto battery business. Delphi itself was spun off ...
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