Wanxiang wins a key battle in the war for A123

December 8 saw an initial resolution of bidding for A123 Systems announced in Chicago, a topic of some speculation and rhetoric over recent weeks (see the November 27, 2012 LRCHJ). Wanxiang Group, a Chinese lithium battery company, was awarded the right to move forward over Johnson Controls (JCI), S...

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