BOXBERG, Germany – The age of electric vehicles might appear threatening to a supplier of fuel injectors, pumps and other components dedicated to conventional internal-combustion engines. But not Germany’s Robert Bosch, the world’s largest automotive component producer. Rather than perceiving the transition to electromobility as a threat to the company’s business model and hundreds or thousands of jobs, Bosch Automotive Chairman Bernd Bohr says he finds it “extremely exciting that it is ...
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