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Henrik Fisker's First Electric Car Company Failed But He's Plotting A Comeback in 2017

His first company ended up in Chinese hands after U.S. taxpayers took a loss. Now the Danish-born designer says he's got his hands on breakthrough battery technology that will help him deliver a 400-mile range EV in 2017.
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