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Bosch to establish an automotive electronics plant in Changzhou
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In the past, the phrase "Made-In-Germany" would for many Chinese consumers suggest products such as automobiles, home appliances and beer.

Today, Germany-manufactured sensors, ship engines and industrial robots are among a range of high-tech goods helping to further boost Sino-German trade to the extent that China has overtaken the United States and France as Germany's top trading partner.

In 2016, trading volumes between China and Germany reached 170 billion euros ($194 billion), according to data from Germany's Federal Statistics Office.

Among the German companies at the forefront of this trading boom are tech giants Siemens AG and Robert Bosch.

Bosch, a German technology and service supplier, is planning a series of ventures in China after sales in the country last year reached a record high of 91.5 billion yuan ($13.48 billion).

These include a new joint venture for gasoline engine management systems in Chongqing, an automotive electronics plant in Changzhou, Jiangsu province, and a power tools plant in Chengdu. Bosch invested 4.9 billion yuan in China last year.

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