UPDATE 1-US closes $1.4 bln electric car loan with Nissan

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(Recasts, adds job creation figure, comments from Nissan) WASHINGTON, Jan 28 (Reuters) - The U.S. government closed a $1.4 billon loan agreement with Nissan to help retool a factory in Tennessee to build up to 150,000 all-electric automobiles a year and the battery packs to power them, the Energy Department said on Thursday. "This is an investment in our clean energy future. It will bring the United States closer to reducing our dependence on foreign oil and help lower carbon pollution," ...

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