MARKHAM, Ontario, Canada — Citing risky business conditions and trouble monitoring activity, American Electric Automobile Co. Inc. (ACEA) withdraws from a joint venture to produce hybrid electric automobiles in China. President Pierre Quilliam says the decision to withdraw was made after careful consideration, and ACEA plans to “allocate our resources where they will be most effective in achieving our business objectives.” The share was sold to the former chairman of the company, Edward ...
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