Chinese bid for A123 may raise security risks-Senators


* China's Wanxiang Group competing for battery maker * Senators want potentially harmful consequences considered By Ayesha Rascoe WASHINGTON, Nov 30 (Reuters) - A Chinese company's attempt to take over government-backed battery maker A123 raises serious national security concerns, a bipartisan group of lawmakers said this week, adding to growing congressional opposition to the deal. China's Wanxiang Group Corp is currently competing ...

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