Wanxiang seeks to allay A123 bid concerns amid political opposition


* A123 would remain a U.S. firm under Wanxiang - executive * Wanxiang's bid for A123 under regulatory scrutiny * Lawmakers, experts oppose sale for security reasons * Johnson Controls is still interested in A123 By Norihiko Shirouzu BEIJING, Dec 21 (Reuters) - A senior Wanxiang Group executive stressed A123 Systems Inc, at the centre of a U.S. political storm after the Chinese firm won an auction for the electric car ...

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