General Motors Vice Chairman Steve Girsky is quick to quash speculation the U.S. auto maker plans to share intellectual property for the Chevy Volt extended-range electric vehicle with partner SAIC in a deal to develop EVs in China announced today. “We’ve had no requests for intellectual property from SAIC or the Chinese government,” he says during a conference call today to announce an agreement between the two auto makers to jointly develop EVs for the Chinese market. “(SAIC) is not ...
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