Robert Bosch GmbH saves itself more than A$14 million ($11 million) thus far as it takes control of Australian automotive brake maker Pacifica Group Ltd. The A$298 million ($236.3 million) bid through wholly owned subsidiary Robert Bosch Investment Nederland BV has attracted 50.86% of the shares in Pacifica, and the European giant says it will integrate the Australian company into its Chassis Systems Brakes operations. Last July, Bosch first approached Pacifica, offering A$2.40 ($1.90) a ...

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