Complex inter-automaker partnerships mean bad news for battery start-ups

It has been a busy month for automaker announcements in electric vehicles (EVs). Reuters reports that Mitsubishi Motors and Peugeot deny recent rumors that they are working together to develop and produce parts for plug-in hybrid vehicles (PHEVs). The denial comes despite the fact that Mitsubishi Mo...

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