U.S. DOE rapped over $150 mln grant to Korean battery subsidiary


* Watchdog says underworked staff watched movies, played cards * Complaint was made in October 2012 * Company has reimbursed DOE for $842,189 in costs * Obama attended groundbreaking of plant in 2010 By Ros Krasny WASHINGTON, Feb 13 (Reuters) - The U.S. Department of Energy has been criticized by its own internal watchdog for poor oversight of millions of dollars in grants to a U.S. subsidiary of South Korea' LG Group ...

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