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Corporate investors pile into electric vehicle startups


Corporate investors from outside the auto industry are placing increasing bets on electric vehicles, vying with automakers and suppliers to bankroll startup companies working on everything from advanced batteries to charging devices and all-new EVs. (Reuters Technology) More More

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