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Polaris buys another electric vehicle maker

The Minneapolis St. Paul Business Journal reports Polaris is acquiring French electric utility vehicle maker Groupil for an undisclosed amount of money. Earlier this year, Polaris bought Fargo, N.D.-based Global Electric Motorcars.
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The Minneapolis St. Paul Business Journal reports Polaris is acquiring French electric utility vehicle maker Groupil for an undisclosed amount of money. Earlier this year, Polaris bought Fargo, N.D.-based Global Electric Motorcars.

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