Ford Motor Co. agrees to sell Think Nordic, its electric car company, to electric vehicle manufacturer Kamkorp Microelectronics – a Swiss-registered subsidiary of Britain-based Kamkorp Ltd. Terms of the deal are not disclosed. Having acquired Think in 1999, Ford announced in August that it would pull out to focus on powertrain technologies such as gas-electric hybrids and hydrogen fuel cells.

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