BERLIN, Jan 24- German automotive supplier SHW Automotive GmbH said a maker of electric cars had cancelled a 100 million euro order, sending its shares down as much as 9.5 percent to a four-month low on Tuesday. Shares in Aalen, Germany- based SHW were down 7.5 percent to 30.12 euros at 1321 GMT, having traded as low as 29.49 euros. Spokespeople in Germany for...
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