(Adds background, details) FRANKFURT, Jan 27 (Reuters) - German industrial group Robert Bosch [ROBG.UL]posted 2004 sales growth that showed it was the world's largest car parts maker, but it warned on Thursday that growth would slow and declined to confirm its 2005 margin goal. Revenues at its automotive division increased roughly 7 percent to 25.3 billion euros ($32.93 billion) in 2004, as the Stuttgart-based company overtook U.S.-rival Delphi for the first time. After reporting a 10 ...
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