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Continental expects big gains from an electronics push and says it already is winning more electronics-related business than many of its rivals.
Autoliv aims to split into two publicly traded companies covering passive safety and electronics following a strategic review by its management.
As automotive cockpits become crammed with more digital features, the electronics holding it all together have become a rat's nest of components. Now the race is on to clean up the clutter.
Bosch will sell its starters and generators business to Zhengzhou Coal Mining Machinery Group private equity firm China Renaissance Capital Investment for $595 million.
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