Auditor Wants Money From Tunica Company With Clinton Ties

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JACKSON, MS (Ben Caxton) — Mississippi’s state auditor is asking a troubled electric car maker to repay state and local aid the company received. Auditor Stacey Pickering wants $6.36 million from GreenTech Automotive or its CEO, Charles Wang; the figure represents $4.9 million contributed by the state and Tunica County plus penalties, interest and recovery costs. GreenTech promised to invest $60 million and create 350 jobs in Robinsonville. Previously, GreenTech raised money from Chinese people promising US residency by investing $500,000. A 2015 report found a federal official broke ethics rules when he aided GreenTech’s visas. One of the former insiders is Terry McAuliffe, now Virginia’s governor.



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