(Corrects paragraph 8 to show A123 Systems went public in 2009, not "last year.") * R&D Chief says GE in "thinking stage" of leasing effort * GE has stake in electric-car battery maker A123 * GE Capital, battery expertise, partners potential assets FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich, Sept 30 (Reuters) - General Electric Co may lease costly vehicle batteries to electric-car buyers, joining other companies looking to get more people to buy alternative-energy automobiles. ...
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