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Bosch Achieves 4% Growth In Croatia Despite Recession

The general manager of Robert Bosch for the Adriatic region Javier Gonzales Pareja, who are the world’s largest supplier of automotive components, says that despite the global economic crisis they happy with business in Croatia after posting 4% growth last year.

The company, which was founded by Robert Bosch in Stuttgart in 1886 and this year celebrates 20 years in Croatia, says that there is room to grow further whilst presenting its results at Bosch’s annual conference in Zagreb.

When Bosch first entered the Croatian market they had 3 employees, today that number has risen to 65. Last year Bosch gre globally by 2%.

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