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According to an anonymous source, Geely will not bid for a majority stake in Fisker Automotive, due to the company’s obligations to the US government.



China’s Zhejiang Geely Holding Group and the owner of Volvo, has been favored to win the agreement for troubled U.S. electric car maker, which expected to close a deal by mid-March. The source says that the Chinese company changed its mind due to the tough conditions imposed by the US Department of Energy on Fisker when it offered a $529 million loan. Among the conditions, the company has to restore jobs and capacity at Fisker’s Delaware plant following a schedule set by the US government.




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Another One Bites The Dust? Chinese Back Away From Fisker Deal Calling It Too Risky

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