* Battery maker filed for bankruptcy in Delaware * U.S. objects to terms of proposed sale order * Retired military leaders oppose sale to Wanxiang By Tom Hals Nov 28 (Reuters) - The U.S. government said bankrupt A123 Systems Inc cannot be sold without its consent because the battery maker received a $249 million grant from the Energy Department, according to court documents. Johnson Controls Inc of Milwaukee and ...
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