PLYMOUTH TOWNSHIP, MI – Aiming to beef up its presence in key technology areas such as stop/start systems, cyber-security and self-driving vehicles, Germany-based auto supplier Robert Bosch breaks ground for a major expansion of its technical center in suburban Detroit. The 220,500-sq.-ft. (20,485-sq.-m) addition will add 200 new jobs in Michigan over the next three years, all of them engineering-related, and “Good-paying high-tech jobs,” says Robert Bosch LLC President ...

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