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Why some car partnerships may not be the best for investors

Anjani Trivedi for Bloomberg
Anjani Trivedi for Bloomberg9/25/2020 03:19 PM GMT+08  • 5 min read
Why some car partnerships may not be the best for investors
For now, investors shouldn’t be wowed by glitzy tie-ups and promises
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In the world of cars, investors seem to love news of partnerships, synergies and cost-savings as expensive tech upends long-held rules of the road. They may need a reality check.

Auto companies across the globe are looking for their next green partner, even if they have their own grand plans for electric vehicles. But cautionary tales are emerging of why the best way into this brave new world – compelled by a regulatory push and sky-high Tesla Inc.-like valuations – may be to seize the wheel on their own.

A quick check of how some hyped-up partnerships have fared couldn’t make things clearer.

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