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9/1/2010 00:23 AM EDT
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R_Colin_Johnson   9/1/2010 1:55:40 AM
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Chinese innovations could be useful in the U.S, do you know of any examples? I know that in China there are innovative solutions to transportation. For instance, the e-bike--electric powered with a removeable battery the size of a thremos. You just unplug the battery and recharge it in your office for the return trip home. Freescale's collaboration with Foton Motor could result in similar "green" innovations for automotive technology. Innovations like the e-bike could be useful in the U.S, do you know of any other examples?

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