(Adds background, details) STUTTGART, Germany, April 27 (Reuters) - Germany's Robert Bosch GmbH [ROBG.UL] says it may not be able to maintain its pretax profit margin this year as the world's biggest car parts supplier continues to be stung by high raw material prices. Bosch, which makes everything from power tools to household appliances and packaging robots, overtook U.S. rival Delphi Corp. in 2004 to become the industry's largest automotive supplier in terms of revenue. "It will be ...
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