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Better Place Plans for Australia Now in Doubt

Better Place has laid off employees in Israel and Denmark, losing nearly $500 million since it launched in 2008.

Published: 30-Jan-2013

Canberra's promised electric car network faces an uncertain future after the Israel-based company behind the scheme announced it was moving its focus from Australia.

Better Place has also parted ways with its high-profile global chief executive, Australian Evan Thornley, and has lost nearly $500 million since it launched in 2008.

There are fears for the company's Australian workers after recent lay-offs at Better Place operations in Denmark and Israel.

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