The project eventually died, but most residents were bought out by the government and life was never the same.
No one in Malaysia had ever built a car before, and the project nearly died.
Decisions now being made will determine whether the project lives or dies.
Ultimately they could not find the money and the project died.
That is odd, because if the board votes no, the project dies.
Due to lack of support from the established philanthropies, the project died.
After a bitter battle, the project finally died earlier this month.
However, the development team was unable to obtain financing, and the project died.
However the $300,000 project only received minimal support and died later.
Soon after, however, the recession hit California, and the project died.