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Buckle up

13 July 2021 By Christopher Thompson

U.S. auto charge maker SES Holdings is going public via a merger with Robert Friedland’s blank-cheque vehicle at a $3.3 bln valuation. That’s chunky given a controlling founder and zero near-term sales. Investors must hope big backers like General Motors help swerve potholes.

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