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The Australian businessman who once headed up the electric car venture Better Place has blamed the failure of its parent company and poor management, after its Israel-based head office filed for bankruptcy. Better Place's global and Australian operations folded over the weekend, costing investors around $1 billion. Source: abc.net.au

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