Chinese automakers set to bail out U.S. government loan to Fisker?

Fisker has failed to thrive: The maker of luxury plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs) has just one model, the $107,000 Fisker Karma. It has sold only a few thousand Karmas, and built none during the past six months. Part of the problem is the recent bankruptcy and sale of its battery supplier, A...

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