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Account Name Greentech .A.utomotive, Inc,
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Account ON ner Mike Lehm kuh!er
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Website http:/fv.I\VW.wmgta.com
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Mailing Address 6266 Hurt Road
Has Virginia Location
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Horn Lake, MS 38367
USA
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Gary Tang
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Owner Mike Lehmkuhler
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Project Number 18-17923
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Owner Full Name Mike Lehmkuhler
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Fiscal Period Q4-2011
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Project Type Expansion to VA
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Description automotive assembly
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From: Gary Tang [mailto:gary.tang@wmgta.com]
Sent: Monday, July 23,2012 3:00PM
To: Lehmkuhler, Mike
Subject: RE: Virginia
Hi Mike,
Thanks for reaching out and it Is good to hear from you. We always have Interest to do projects in Virginia. I will
follow up with you in Aug to share more detailed planning.
Best regards
Gary Tang
From: Lehmkuhler, Mike [mailto:Mlehmkuhler@yesvirglnia.org]
Sent: Friday, July 20,2012 3:53PM
To: Gary Tang
Subject: RE: Virginia
Gary:
Just tried to reach you at the office. Please let me know good time to call next week.
Have a good weekend.
Regards,
Mike
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I spoke with the gk. She verified the company's information. I have added a company description. The address has
changed from 5779 Getwell Road Building D, Suite 3 Southaven, MS 38672 to 6266 Hurt Road Horn Lake, MS 38367,
Mr. Jack Deng is no longer with the company and has been marked as do not contact. I have marked Mr. Tang as
the primary contact. All other information remains the same. 1 spoke with Mr. Tang. There Is interest in expansion to
VA.- Jennifer Revis
Comments Mr. Gary Tang of Greentech Automotive would like to speak with a BD manager. The company is an automotive
manufacturer. He said the company is looking at possibly opening a manufacturing facility in VA. He was unsure as
to what size facility they would need. He also said the company may be considering moving their Engineering group
to VA as well. Mr. Tang has been a Virginia resident for 10 years so he has some knowledge of VA. He would like
information on tax incentives and financial assistance/funding. Mr. Tang said the company would like to begin
opening the facility either late this year or early next year. Please contact Mr. Tang on his personal line at (703)
9001. This is the best number where he ca be reached.
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Mr. Tang returned my call. He said the company was looking to open a manufacturing facility and would also
Comments consider moving their engineering group to VA with the right insentlves. He would like to speak with a BD manager.
Any plans for expansion would ultimately be decided by the chairman. Mr. Tang Is best reached at(703) 666·9001.
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Gk verified the company's information. Adding company description. Changing address. Mr. Jack Deng is no longer
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The Tunica Times
GreenTech Automotive still eyeing Tunica
Written by By Brooks Taylor Thursday, 24 March 201116:28
The selection of Tunica County as the site of a multi-million dollar automotive plant In 2009 was a coup for local
economic development officials. GreenTech Automotive unveiled prototypes of its hybrid and electric vehicles on
June 6, 2009, and announced plans for a manufacturing facility on the county's Metro Mega Site near Robinsonville
in North Tunica County.
Since then, little information has been forthcoming about the project, until Green Tech opened a local office on
Highway 61 here late last year. Now company officials are making a push to purchase land in the county and start
site preparations by the end of June, according to GreenTech's assistant plant manager Lindsey Garner.
Meanwhile, the company has leased the vacant Dover Elevator plant in Horn Lake and plans to have test models
coming off the assembly line in July.
"We'll have full production on one shift in December, at least/' Garner told Rotarians last week.
"Green" Auto Plant Coming to Horn Lake
Production to start next spring
Dennis Turner
October 18, 2010
Horn Lake, MS-
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FAST FACTS:
• Green Tech broke ground in Tunica earlier
• Land not ready In Tunica
• Company leases old Dover Elevator property
This could be doubly good news for North Mississippi since the company had already announced plans to build in
another nearby County.
GreenTech Automotive is said to still be on track to build it's electric cars and hybrids in Tunica, but competitive
pressure from Chevy, Nissan and others prompted the Chinese company to shift it's production into high gear and
find a start-off location in Horn Lake.
GreenTech unveiled it's new electric and hybrid models at a splashy press conference last year, and promised to
start building these models in Tunica within three years.
Now, as Chevy and Nissan prepare to sell their own electric models, the Chinese company decided it couldn't wait
any longer.
It signed a lease on old Dover Elevator property in Horn Lake with it's signature elevator tower to start building cars
within six months.
Mayor Nat Baker landed the carmaker through persistence and hard work. "A lot of work. A lot of work from the
neighborhood, Delta Tech College being one, Northwest Junior College, Mississippi State being here in the area and
a trained work force."
We're told GreenTech plans to have equipment on site for installation by December, and plans to begin production
of its' electric car model by March or April of next year.
Even though the lease here is said to be temporary, we've learned there's already talk of making this a permanent
part of Green Tech's operation, either as a replacement for, or as a tandem plant to operate alongside the one
planned for Tunica.
The cars here will be built with Chinese parts and shipped to waiting owners in China and Europe where they
company is said to have a long list of backorders for the vehicles.
The plant will start with one hundred employees and could have more than 5-hundred working here within 18
months.
And once Baker gets the automaker here working, he aims to keep them here. "We discussed maybe using their
option on the three years after that three years is up they've said maybe they will be interested In staying here."
We're told there's no plan to scale down the company's plans for it's Tunica site, though insiders there tell us the
excitement has cooled considerably there as construction seemed to get bogged down.
But we're told the company might well operate in both locations within the next couple of years.
September 22,2010
Smart Auto I GreenTech Automotive to Build Affordable Green Hybrid and Electric Vehicles in the U.S.
By Shamila Janakiraman
TMCnet Contributor
Terence R. McAuliffe, Chairman of GreenTech Automotive, recently announced his company's commitment to build
and deploy affordable green hybrid and electric vehicles in the United States.
The announcement was made at the 2010 Annual Meeting of the Clinton Global Initiative. McAuliffe said that
GreenTech Automotive (GTA) was focused on providing green technology at affordable rates to consumers.
GTAproposes to manufacture MyCar, a Neighborhood Electric Vehicle {NEV) that is expected to start In the United
States in mid-2011. The first MyCars will be sold to consumers at a discounted rate, said GTAsources.
of affordability has been one of the primary barriers to mass market adoption of electric vehicles," McAuliffe
noted.
is committed to bringing this technology to wide audiences of Americans. We will make the first
100,000 U.S.-built MyCars available to consumers for $10,000 apiece. Green technology cannot be truly green
unless It Is affordable. We believe that our MyCar pricing will offer tremendous potential to introduce consumers to
electric vehicles," he added.
The company has assured that It will hire some 3,000 to 5,000 workers to manufacture the cars. Also the
production facilities will be located in economically depressed areas to drive economic recovery and also generate
more manufacturing jobs.
Considering full production capacity, GreenTech will be able to produce five vehicle models, all available at
affordable price points, Sales of MyCar have already begun in Europe, and the company plans to Introduce four
other models around 2013-2014.
GreenTech launched its "Green Vehicle Showcase," earlier allowing the public to see the MyCar and GTA's Hybrid
Sports vehicle. During the event, Former President Bill Clinton praised GreenTech for purchasing the China-based
MyCar manufacturer and moving its production to America.
GreenTech Automotive promotes the use of clean automobile technology. GTA strives to develop vehicles that are
energy-efficient, affordable, and built in the United States by American workers. The company is led by McAuliffe
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and follows his vision of "no green technology Is truly green unless it Is affordably green."
The Clinton Global Initiative was established In 2005 by former President Bill Clinton. This initiative convenes global
leaders to devise and Implement Innovative solutions to major problems afflicting the world. It brings together Nobel
Peace Prize laureates, CEOs of companies, heads of foundations, philanthropists, directors of the most effective
nongovernmental organizations, and prominent members of the media.
Business Wire
May20,2010 12:33 PM Eastern Daylight Time
Terry McAuliffe Announces Major Expansion of Greentech Automotive with Acquisition of EuAuto, Award-Winning
Electric Car Specialists
New Subsidiary Will Bring 300 New Jobs, Building on McAuliffe's Commitment to Affordable Green Energy and
American Jobs
MCLEAN, Va.··(BUSINESS WIRE)-·Terence R. McAuliffe, Chairman of Greentech Automotive (GTA), announced that
GTA has acquired EuAuto Technology Ltd., a Hong Kong-based award-winning company that specializes in the
design, manufacturing, and worldwide distribution of Neighborhood Electric Vehicles (NEV).
The announcement comes during US Commerce Secretary Gary Locke's Clean Energy Trade Mission In Hong Kong
and during World Trade Week. EuAuto now becomes a wholly owned subsidiary of GTA The addition of EuAuto's
NEV to GTA's product line extends its current family of energy efficient automobiles Into even more affordable niche
markets and will enable American families to purchase this electric car as early as 2011. EuAuto's electric vehicle,
MyCar, was named electric vehicle of the year at the 2008 European GreenFieet Awards.
GTA plans to create thousands of "green collar" jobs across Mississippi, Tennessee and Virginia. At full production,
GTA will create over 4,000 new US jobs. The acquisition of EuAuto will bring an additional300 jobs to the US.
"GTAstands with the Obama administration in reaffirming a commitment to economic recovery and growth," said
McAuliffe. "We will continue to expand green collar job creation, which is central to our mission to build energy
efficient, affordable automobiles in the US."
In congratulating GTA on its acquisition of EuAuto, Secretary Locke said, "Transactions such as this one are truly
win-win: they bolster the U.S. economy and speed our economic recovery; they support high-quality, high-wage
green jobs In the United States; they help rebuild our manufacturing sector; and, by leading to lower carbon
emissions, they contribute to our ability to deal with climate change."
Concurrently with GTA's acquisition, EuAuto ente'red Into a long-term strategic partnership with Business Center
Bornhohn as part of the Bright Green Island project In Denmark. Mr. Christiansen, Acting Consul General of
Denmark's Consulate in Hong Kong, witnessed the signing of the partnership agreement.
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From: Anderson, Jeffrey M. Sent: Thursday, November 19, 2009 3:00PM To: Gottschalk, Patrick Cc: McClintock,
Robert; McNinch, Sandi; Lehmkuhler, Mike Subject: FW: Mississippi Article on Greentech Pat an Interesting article
about Greentech below. Sandi is finishing up the position paper on the EB 5 associated with Greentech and will have
it to you late today. Mike will continue to try and get more information from the company regarding the Issues raised
in his previous email. Thanks Jeff From: Lehmkuhler, Mike Sent: Thursday, November 19, 2009 1:53PM To:
Anderson, Jeffrey M.; McNinch, Sandi; McClintock, Robert; Povar, Liz; Dahlquist, Roy; Goodwin, Katherine; Langston,
Jay; Grossman, Paul Subject: Mississippi Article on Greentech Heres an article Gary sent me today, along with the
following comments: Mike, We have been under lots of pressure to move forward in MS. Please read the article at:
http://m s business .com/blog/200

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expedited process and support is greatly appreciated! Gary If we do not move the project soon In either place (not
in both), our project momentum will be damaged. Weve gone into silent mode: No one in Tunica has heard from
GreenTech since ground-breaking by Clay Chandler Mississippi Business Journal /Dolan Media Newswlres
11/16/2009 JACKSON, MS ··In early October, Chinese businessman Charles Wang held a ceremony In Tunica
announcing plans to build a $1-billion hybrid vehicle manufacturing facility. GreenTech, Wangs company, would
employ 1,500 people directly and produce as many hybrid vehicles annually as Toyota does, Wang said. The
projects size and ambition was upstaged only by the lack of attendance by government and economic development
officials, who had been front and center for Nissan and Toyotas coming-out party, two events whose finished
product matched GreenTechs employment estimates. Since that unveiling over a month ago, not much at all has
happened. Weve gone into silent mode, said Lyn Arnold, president and CEO of the Tunica County Chamber of
Commerce. She would not provide details of her offices interaction with Wang or other GreenTech officials. That
operating procedure would provide an appropriate description of Green Tech Itself. Calls to a number for the
company end in a voice mail. Messages left by the Mississippi Business Journal last week went unreturned. A
representative from the Memphis firm handling GreenTechs marketing said the best way to Interview Wang was via
e-mail. A written list of questions had not drawn a response by the time the Mississippi Business Journal went to
press Thursday afternoon. The company e-mail listed in GreenTechs incorporation filings with Secretary of State
Delbert Hosemanns office produces an invalid address response. Wang said last month at GreenTechs
announcement that at least a portion of the projects funding would come from EB-5 Visas, which grant residency
status to foreign investors who agree to finance economic development projects in the U.S. Wang offered no
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specifics about how much of the project would be funded by the EB-5 program. Gulf Coast Automotive Funds, a New
Orleans company, is handling G-eenTechs EB-5 money. GCAF president Taylor Beery would not provide specific
numbers about the projects funding. Since the October unveiling, a representative for the Mississippi Development
Authority would only confirm that the agency is waiting for the company to raise capital. The lack of communication
from G-eenTech extends to Pepper Bradford, head of Tunica County Planning and Development, whose office would
have to Issue a building permit before the company could construct its facility. To do that, GfeenTech would have to
exercise an option it has t o purchase t he land the site sits on. 1111 be a while before my office hears from them,
Bradford said. GreenTechs 1,500 jobs could make a substantial impact in Tunica County. The countys
unemployment rate for September, the latest month statistics were available from the Mississippi Department of
Employment Security, was 13 percent. That was the highest of the Delta counties and higher than all but five
counties In the state. Janet Scott, office manager for the Tunica County WIN Job Center, said none of t he large
crowd of people looking for employment In her office had started to ask about G-eenTech because were not sure
Its going to come. Weve had project s announced (with great fanfare) before that never came to pass, she said,
refer r ing to the gambling and entertainment complex whose plans were announced In 2004. Myriad Entertainment
and Resorts, the company t hat wants to build the complex, has had difficulty finding financing for the project. If and
when G-eenTech gels off the ground, Simpson Contracting In Tunica will be ready, said CFO John Morris. We
wouldnt be tho lead on a job that largo, Morris said, butlf the res anything we could do, wed try for i t. Automotive
industry analysts have been skeptical from the jump about G-eenTechs f easibility. John ODell, senior editor f or
Edmunds G-eenCarAdvlsor.com, said Wang could run into diff icult ies In t he EB-5 market because Wangs former
partner Is using the same funding method for a similar project In Alabama. The two split last summer, after suing
each other over the rights to build in Tunica. They eventually settled, with Wang earning the rights to build In Tunica
and Benjamin Yeung moving on to Alabama. Their announcement ceremonies were a week apart. Theyre going to
be fishi ng from t he same pond, ODell said. Even In a good economy, t hat woufdnt be easy. Mayor of the City of
Tunica Chuck Cariker Is trying to keep a positive attit ude while GreenTcch plans Its next move. -·-·-Original
Message-.. •• From: McNinch, Sandi Sent: Thursday, November 19,2009 10:22 AM To: Anderson, Jeffrey M.;
Lehmkuhfer, Mike; McClintock, Robert; Dahlquist, Roy; Goodwin, Katherine; Langston, Jay; G-ossman, Paul; Povar,
Liz Cc: VIncent, Crystal; Ellett, Klm; McNinch, Sandi Subject: RE: Memo Re: GCG Regional Center Extension See
answers below In CAPS Sandi. smcnfnch@yesvirginia.org 804.545.5617 ---.. Original Message-.. -· From: Anderson,
Jeffrey M. Sent: Thursday, November 19, 2009 8:20AM To: McNinch, Sandi; Lehmkuhler, Mike; McClintock, Robert;
Dahlquist, Roy Cc: Vincent, Crystal; Ellett, Klm Subject: RE: Memo Re: GCG Regional Center Extension Questions ·1.
What other sources of financing are outlined In the proposal? We spend considerable time ·doing the math on the
number of Investors r equired and In their presentation to us previously they mentioned other sources of capital,
would like those pointed out In the draft and identify any Issues we have. BUSINESS PLAN: THE 9-21-09
PLAN THE FOLLOWING OF CAPITAL:*$ FROM EB-51NVESTORS
BE IN THE

INCENTIVE PROGRAM FOR ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY VEHICLES MANUI·At;
MANUFACTURERS AND MAY BE A SOURCE OF CAPITAL.







. What Is the ownerships ructure of GT ? Do the investor s et an equity position in the comp y
or Is this the price of a visa? I THE CURRENT OWNERS CTURE OF GT A. AS NOTED ABOVE,
THE EB·5 !NV -TORS WILL 3. Does their plan
expllcilly sit estors or is just our math? 4. What to the EB-5
process to a ow extensions beyond the 2.5 years if any? NO R.EXIBILITY.fN PAST YEARS, ON AVERAGE, 50% OF
THE ANAL REQUESTS FOR VISAS, AFTER THE 2.5 YEAR PERIOD, ARE DENIED. THE PRIMARY REASON FOR DENIAL IS
THE INABILITY TO DEMONSTRATE THAT AT LEAST 10 NEW JOBS WERE CREATED. 5. Briefly looking at the EB·5
r egional grant It appears to cover all of LA and MS, covers several i ndustries not auto manufacturing. NOTED. AS I
UNDERSTAND THE APPLICATION PROCESS FOR A REGIONAL CENTER, YOU DON'T NECESSARILY NEED TO IDENTIFY
A PARTICULAR COMPANY, BUT YOU NEED A STRONG INTEREST IN A PARTICULAR AELD IN WHICH SUCCESS IS
REASONABLY ASSURED. 6. Does- qualify as a TEA? Assume yes but A TEA INCLUDES

BASED ON ITS UNEMPLOYMENT RATE. HOULD QUALIFY AS A RURAL AREA. IT IS PART OF THE RICHMOND
MSA, BUT IS AN AREA OUTSIDE OF A Cl WN HAVING A POPULATION OF 20,000 OR MORE. 7. Should have an
appendix ready to be sent to Governor which outlines the questions pending from GTA.I WILL ADD AN APPENDIX
PAGE TO THE MEMO, WHICH WILL LOOK LIKE THE ATTACHED WORD DOCUMENT. IN THIS DOCUMENT, I RESTATED
THE QUESTIONS POSED TO THE COMPANY ON OCTOBER 22.1 DID NOT RESTATE THE OTHER DECLARATIVE
STATEMENTS IN THAT EMAIL TO THE COMPANY THAT ADDRESSED OUR CONCERNS, BUT DID NOT ASK FOR
FURTHER FEEDBACK. I COULD ADD THOSE OTHER CONCERNS TO THE APPENDIX· JUST LET ME KNOW IF YOU
WOULD LIKE ME TO. Thanks Jeff From: Gary Tang (mailto:gary.tang@wmgta.com) Sent: Thursday, November 19,
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2009 11:53 AM To: Lehmkuhler, Mike Subject: RE: Follow-Up Question . He was along with us and
visited VEDP in Sept. That Is correct. Terry Is not an Investor for CWHIAIC. From: Lehmkuhler, Mike
[maillo:MLehmkuhler@yesvlr ginia.org) Sent: Thursday, November 19, 2009 11 :50 AM To: gary.tang@wmgta.com
Subject: RE: Follow-Up Question I am familiar with everyone mentioned except please you t ell/remind me
who that is? Also, Terry does not appear to be a Investor for Capital Wealth Holdings/AIC, correct? From: Gary Tang
[mailto:gary.tang@wmgta.com) Sent: Thursday, November 19, 1:41 AM To: Lehmkuhler, Mike Subject: RE:
Follow-Up Question Mi ke, Capital Wealth Holdings is the owner nd it is also a owner of Green Tech, Most US
regional centers are owned by the project co so ours Is allowed CWH Is owned
by a group of investors of the project
AIC/GCFM and GTA are sister companies in this I Center
activities. Hope this helps. Thanks, Gary From: Lehmkuhler, Mike [mallto:MLehmkuhler@yesvlrglnla.org) Sent:
Thursday, November 19, 2009 6:00AM To: gary,tang@wmgta.com Subject: Re: Follow-Up Question Gary: Thanks,
We are interested In ownership of A.IC because VEDP Is responsible for briefing the Governor and the Secretary
about the EB-5 situation. Regards, Mike From : Gary Tang To : Lehmkuhler, Mike Sent: Wed Nov 18 20:28:13 2009
Subject : RE: Follow-Up Question Mike, Nice to see you too. American Immigration Center LLC (I.e. AI C) is the entity
which purchased GCFM. Did you mean who own AIC? Who asked for the holding company Information? Why does it
matter In this case? Thanks Gary From: Lehmkuhler, Mike [mallto:Mlehmkuhler@yesvlrglnla.org] Sent:
Wednesday, November 18, 2009 5:31 PM To: gary.tang@wmgta.com Subject: Follow-Up Question Gary: Good to see
you again yesterday. What Is the name of the entity that purchased the Gulf Coast Funds Management EB-5
Regional Center? Who are the investors that now own it? Thanks, Mike ·····Original Message---- From: Lehmkuhler,
Mike Sent: Wednesday, November 18, 2009 5:34 PM To: McNinch, Sandi; Anderson, Jeffrey M.; Povar, Liz;
McClintock, Robert; Grossman, Paul; Langston, Jay; Dahlquist, Roy; Goodwin, Katherine Cc: Vincent, Crystal; Ellett,
Kim Subject: RE: Momo Re : GCG Regional Center Extension Forgot to mention that I havo e-mailed Gary Tang for the
name of the company that made the purchase as well as names of the investors. -----Original Message ..... From:
Lehmkuhler, Mike Sent: Wednesday, November 18, 2009 5:33 PM To: McNinch, Sandi; Anderson, Jeffrey M.; Povar,
Liz; McClintock, Robert; Grossman, Paul; Langston, Jay; Dahlquist, Roy; GoodWi n, Katherine Cc: VIncent, Crystal;
Ellett, Kim Subject: RE: Memo Re: GCG Regional Center Extension Attached i s a copy of the federal ap1>roval last
Coast Funds Management EB-5 Regional Center, recently purchased by McAuliffe and company for
- Website is http://www.gulfcoastfunds.comfinvestmentfunds/ · ···-Orlginal Message----· From: McNinch,
Sandi Sent: Wednesday, November 18, 2009 4:29PM To: Lehmkuhler, Mike; Anderson, Jeffrey M.; Povar, Uz;
McClintock, Robert; Grossman, Paul ; Langston, Jay; Dahlquist, Roy; Goodwin, Katherine Cc: McNinch, Sandi;
Vincent, Crystal; Eliott, Kim Subject: Memo Re: GCG Regional Center Extension I have attached my draft of Memo t o
go to the SOCT containing our recommendation concerning the request to have the Governor write a support letter
for an extension of the Mississippi Regional Center into the Commonwealth. Tho memo contains the conclusions
that Mike L., Roy and I have discussed. You may have your own conclusions --feel free to share them with the
group. It may well be that we should r ecognize political realities and offer more solutions on how to protect
ourselves from the (almost certain) fallout. Kim has organized a meeting for 2:30 p.m. tomorrow afternoon in Jeff's
office to discuss this memo, Sandi. smcnlnch@yesvlrginia.org 804.545.5617
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From: McNinch, Sandi Sent: Friday, October 30, 2009 3:57PM To: Lehmkuhler, Mike; Goodwin, Katherine; Allen, Holly;
Dahlquist, Roy; Langston, Jay; Povar, Liz Cc: McNinch, Sandi Subject: EB-5 Extension Yesterday, the President
signed the bill extending the EB-5 program for 3 years, until 9-30·12. Sandi.
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Sent: Wednesday, October 28, 2009 10:54 AM To: Lehmkuhler, Mike Cc: 'Renee Wyatt-Chapline'; McNinch, Sandi
Subject: RE: Confidentiality Agree mont Mike, Attached please find the final copy of executed agreement. Thanks.
Best r egards, Gary Tang From: Renee Wyatt-Chapline [mailto:rchapline@gatewayreglon.com] Sent: Wednesday,
October 28, 2009 11 :19 AM To: gary.tang@wmgta.com Cc: Lehmkuhler, Mike; McNinch, Sandi Subject: RE:
Confidentiality Agreement Gary, Thanks, Best regards, Renee From: Gary Tang [malito:gary.tang@wmgla.com]
Sent: Wednesday, Oct ober 28,2009 10:56 AM To: 'Renee Wyatt·Chapl ine' Cc: 'Lehmkuhler, Mike'; 'McNinch, Sandi'
Subject: RE: Confidentiality Agreement Dear Renee, Attached please find the fi nal copy of executed agreement.
Thanks. Best regards, Gary Tang From: Renee Wyatt·Chapline [mallto:rchapline@gatewayreglon.com) Sent:
Tuesday, October 27, 2009 10:19 AM To: gary.tang@wmgta.com Cc: 'Lehmkuhler, Mike' ; 'McNinch, Sandi' Subject:
RE: Confidentiality Agreement Dear Mr. Tang: I hope this email finds you well. Please find attached a signed copy of
our confidentiality agreement for Project GCG. Don! hesitate to contact me should you have any questions and I look
f orward to speaking with you soon. Warm regards, C. Renee Chapli ne From: Gary Tang
[mailto:gary.tang@wmgta.com] Sent: Monday, October 26, 2009 8:36PM To: ' Lehmkuhler, Mike' Cc:
rchapline@gatewayregion.com; 'Renee Wyatt-Chapline'; 'McNinch, Sandi' Subject: RE: Confidentiality Agreement
Mike, Thank you for the update. I will have it reviewed by our lawyer. If there Is not further modification, I will send
you an executed copy, Best regards, Gary Tang From: Gary Tang [mailto:gary.t ang@wmgta.com] Sent: Tuesday,
October 27, 2009 2:49 PM To: McNinch, Sandi; Lehmkuhier, Mike Cc: rwyatt@gatewayregion.com Subject: RE:
Confidentiality Agreement Sandi, Thank you to clarify. Gary From: McNinch, Sandi
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[mallto:smcninch@yesvirginla.org) Sent: Tuesday, October 27, 2009 2:44 PM To: gary.tang@wmgta.com;
Lehmkuhler, Mike Cc: rwyatt@gatewayreglon.com Subject: Ro: Confidentiality Agreement FOIA will protect from
disclosure confidential proprietary Information that you provide to us. It will not protect ALL information, just the
confidential proprietary Information. That is why I added to the Agreement your obligation to toll us what Is
confidential or proprietary. You may feel confident that we can, and will, protect your sensitive information from
disclosure. Sandi From : Gary Tang To: Lehmkuhler, Mike Cc :McNinch, Sandi; 'Renee Wyatt-Chapllne' Sent : Tue
Oct 2714:34:09 2009 Subject: RE: Confidentiality Agreement Mlko, I have an elementary question. How should we
understand the impact of The Virginia Freedom of Information Act on confidential information? Does that mean all
confidential information we provided Is open to the public? Best regards, Gary Tang From: Lehmkuhler, Mike
[mailto:MLehmkuhler@yesvfrglnia.org] Sent: Monday, October 26, 2009 6:21 PM To: gary.tang@wmgta.com Cc:
rchapline@gatewayregion.com; Renee Wyatt·Chapllne; McNinch, Sandi Subject: Confidentiality Agreement Gary:
Attached are an electronically executed agreement and a copy showing the changes made by our general counsel.
Please send me a final copy upon execution by your company. Thanks. Regards, Mike From: Lehmkuhler, Mike
Sent: Monday, October 26, 20091:47 PM To: rchapline@gatewayreglon.com; gary.tang@wmgla.com Cc: 'Renee
Wyati-Chapline' Subject: RE: Project GCG- Confidentiality Agreement Gary: Thanks. Checking with our attorney to
make sure this version Is compatible with our standard format. Regards, Mike From: Renee Wyatt·Chapline
[mailto:rchapline@gatewayreglon.com] Sent: Monday, October 26, 2009 1 :44 PM To: gary.tang@wmgta.com;
Lehmkuhler, Mike; 'Renee Wyatt-Chapllne' Subject: Re: Project GCG. Confidentiality Agreement Thanks Gary. I will
review and return. From: " Gary Tang" &lt;gary.tang@wmgta.com&gt; Date: Mon, 26 Oct 2009 13:40:14 -0400 To:
'Lehmkuhler, Mike'&lt;MLehmkuhler@yesvfrglnla.org&gt;; 'Renee Wyatt·
Chapline'&lt;rwyatt@gatewayregion.com&gt; Subject: Project GCG- Confidential ity Agreement Mike and Renee, As
we move along on the project, GTA has provided substantial proprietary and confidential information for your
evaluation. Attached please find a confidentiality agreement to cover both the information we provided so far and
future Information. Please kindly review and sign It back at your earliest convenience. Your attention on this matter
Is appreciated. Best regards, Gary Tang From: Lehmkuhler, Mike Sent: Thursday, October 22,2009 4:53PM To:
gary.tang@wmgta.com Subject: GCG Business Plan Questions Gary: After a second review of the business plan, we
still do not see a unique value proposition that explains how Greentech will reach forecasted sales that equal
of planned capacity, both at start of production in after major expansion occurs through No
established OEM that we are aware of is able to sell every vehicle produced In a given year.ln addition, the sales
forecasts suggest a completely successful start-up, despite no brand recognition no demonstrated vehicle
performance no safety and fuel economy certification from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration no
emissions approval from EPA no established distribution network no demonstrated automotive Industry experience
within the executive management team. Greentechs advantages of high performance, low price and green image
aro al&o gener11lly accepted traits of hybrid vehicles currently manufactured, sold and serviced by established
OEMs. Hybrids currently available In the 2010 model year include MSRP MPG Toyota Prius $22,000 51 clty/48
Comments highway Honda Insight $19,800 40 clty/48 highway Ford Fusion $27,635 41 city/36 highway Honda Civic $23,800 40
cityl45 highway Toyota Camry $26,150 33 clty/34 highway Nissan Altlma $26,650 35 clty/33 highway Ford Escape
$31,500 34 cltyl 31 highway Toyota Highlander $31,700 27 clty/25 highway Saturn Vue $25,955 25 clty/32 highway
These hybrid vehicle prices are very comparable to Greentechs suggested price range for proposed Midsize and
SUV models. The vehicl es also already possess generally acceptable comfort, safety and drivabllity features. This
Includes the use of gasoline direct fuel injection, dual valve timing, electrical boosting
technology and turbocharglng. As of today, certification of- pg lies driving range on a single battery
charge for specific Greentech models (presumably subcompact and compact versions) could be considered
breakthrough developments vis·a·vis the current competition. In what vehicle(s) and where has this hybrid
powertraln technology been successfully demonstrated and/or certified? How does the super platform technology
differ from the cost competitive, shared global platform manufacturing strategy currently utilized by several
market-leading OEMs 7 How will Greentech be cost competitive given that capital investment, job creation and
acreage requirements ar f recent automotive assembly projects with comparable annual
production capacity? With regard to financial backing, what capital contribution currently exists?
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what amounts so far? When are strategic partnership agreements w
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pendent economic analysis already exists In several states and by several economists that shows
automotive assembly operations In North America result In a range of 4.6 to 8.1 Indirect jobs for every employee
directly engaged in vehicle experience has historically been between 4.6 and 5.0). For EB-5
purposes, Greentech plant omployees by 2012 equates to total direct and indirect

n of somewhere Under the Bear Scenario, your com. s to raise
ion through EB·5 $500,000 per investor threshold. That would requir estors and
necessitate the creation ct and Indirect jobs by 2012. We request y . l In lie e erstandlng
the companys unique value for a successful start-up of operations I specially In light of
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Mississippi. How do you plan to successfully start -up two major automotive assembly operations at the same time?
Please provide answers to each of the questions listed above so wo can continue to move forward with you on this
project. Regards, Mike From: lehmkuhler, Mike Sent: Thursday, October 15,2009 1:25PM To:
'gary.tang@wmgta.com' Cc: 'rchapfine@gat ewayregion.com' Subject: Re: Waverly Site Thanks Gary. Travelling
today but will be in touch soon regarding next steps. Sent from my Blackberry Mobile: 804-305-3433 From: Renee
Wyatt·Chapllne To: gary.tang@wmgta.com; Lehmkuhler, Mike; 'Renee Wyatt-Chapllne' Sent: Thu Oct 15 13:05:24
2009 Subject: Re: Waverly Site Gfcat news. I look forward to working with you to make this happen for Virginia. We
will need to dicuss next steps. Thank you. From: lehmkuhler, Mike [mailto:Mlehmkuhler@yesvirginla.org) Sent:
Thursday, October 15, 2009 12:53 PM To: Anderson, Jeffrey M.; Povar, liz; McClintock, Robert; McNinch, Sandi;
Grossman, Paul; Noyes, Neal {TIC); langston, Jay; Goodwill, Katherine; Dahlquist, Roy; Loftus, John;
dhudglns@odec.com;jeff.savago@nscorp.com Subject: P.v: Waverly Site Importance: High FYI. Sent from my
Blackberry Mobile : 804-305-.3433 From :Gary Tang To : lehmkuhler, Mi ke; 'Renee Wyatt-Chapllne' Sent: Thu Oct 15
12:50:50 2009 Subject: Waverly Site Mike and Renee, Thank you much for your acc.modatlon du-in our visit.
After careful calibration with our engineers and management team, we decided tha lte i ounty
Is our #1 site preference for GCG project In VIrginia . We look forward to continuing our wor with a o yo n the
project. Best regards, Gary Tang From: gary.tang@wmgta.com [mai!to:gary.tang@wmgta.com) Sent: Thursday,
October 08, 2009 5:54PM To: Lehmkuhler, Mike Subject: Re: Auto Wages f or GCG Mike, thank you. BlW, please do
not distribute our business plan without my update. Thanks, Gary Sent via BlackBerry from T·Moblle From:
"lehmkuhler, Mike" &lt;MLehmkuhler@yesvfrglnia.org&gl; Date: Thu, 8 Oct 2009 14:23:03 -0400 To:
&ll;gary.tang@wmgta.com&gt; Subject: Fw: Auto Wages for GCG Sent from my Blackberry Mobile: 804·305-3433
From :Goodwin, Katherine To : Lehmkuhler, Mike Sent : Thu Oct 08 13:29:23 2009 Subject : Auto Wages for GCG
Mike, let me know If you have any questions or need anything else. Katherine SEE AITACHMENT
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From: gary.tang@wmgta.com [mallto:gary.tang@wmgta.com) Sent: Friday, October 02. 2009 9:26AM To: Lehmkuhler,
Mike Subject: Re: Virginia Mega Site Maps Mike, not yet.l will provide you our thoughts l ater today. The least
Interested site Is Cooke site. From: Lehmkuhler, Mike Sent: Friday, October 02, 2009 8:29AM To:
' gary.tang@wmgta.com' Subject: Re: VIrginia Mega Site Maps Do you have any idea yet if we will visit all of the sites?
From :Gary Tang To: Lehmkuhler, Mike Sent: Thu Oct 01 20:22:08 2009 Subject : RE: Vi rginia Mega Site Maps Mike,
Thank you much for the detailed Introduction. l ook forward to seeing you on Oct 7th . -Gary From: Lehmkuhler, Mike
(mailto:Mlehmkuhler@yesvlrglnia.org) Sent: Thursday, October 01, 2009 3:08PM To: gary.tang@wmgta.com Cc:
charles.wang@wmgta.com; Dahlquist, Roy Subject: RE: Virginia Mega Site Maps The Cooke Rail site Is closest to
Dulles International Airport and also close to the University of Virginia , Charlottesville airpor t and Richmond airport.
Attached Is a map for Cooke Rail that shows how several very large buildings can be situated on the 1,000 +acre
site. Also attached is a map that shows the Greens ville-Emporia site can be expanded to over 3,200 acr es. From:
Lehmkuhler, Mike Sent: Thursday, October 01, 2009 12:50 PM To: 'gary.tang@wmgta.com';
charles.wang@wmgta.com Subject: Automotive Plant Layouts The first attachment is for the Rom a Site. Second
attachment Is for the Berry Hill site. Anal two attachments are alternative layouts for the Greensvllle·Emporla site.
From: Lehmkuhler, Mike Sent: Thursday, October 01, 2009 12:42 PM To: gary.tang@wmgta.com Cc:
charles.wang@wmgta.com; Dahlquist, Roy Subject: RE: Vi rginia Mega Site Maps A coupl e of things t o point regarding
the maps: None of the sitos are deemed t o have fatal flows, All of those sites can meet the Mega Site criteria listed in
the attached Word document within the Umeframo requi red The Waverly Mega Site does not have a hole in the middle
of the property boundaries. The hole is an existing, unoccupied Industrial park The Rom a Mega Site Is actually
capable of being as much as 4,000 acres (see attached illustrallon) In addition to Gfeensboro, North Carolina . the
Berry Hill and Rom a mega sites also have very good proximity to airports In Lynchburg and Roanoke via 4 lane divided
highway roads In Virginia (please refer to Overview map provided yesterday) From: Gary Tang
[mallto:gary.tang@wmgta.com] Sent: Wednesday, September 30,2009 6:31PM To: l ehrnkuhler, Miko Cc:
charles.wang@wmgta.com; Dahl quist, Roy Subject: RE: Virginia Mega Site Maps Mike, That is great. Once we take a
look at ihe Information, wo will propose the visit schedule. Thanks, Gary --·Original Message···-- From: lehmkuhler,
Mike Sent: Wednesday, September 30,2009 6:21 PM To: 'gary.tang@wmgta.com' Cc: 'charles.wang@wmgla.com';
Dahlquist, Roy Subject: Re: VIrginia Mega Site Maps fYI ·I no longer have a potential conflict on the 8th and will be
able to join you both days If necessary to visit all of the sites you wish to see ..... Qriglnal Message··-· From:
lehmkuhler, Mike Sent: Wednesday, September 30, 2009 12:58 PM To: 'gar y.tang@wmgta.com' Cc:
'charles.wang@wrngta.com'; Dahlquist, Roy Subject: VIrginia Mega Site Maps Gary: Here Is the link to maps for all5
sites· http://Aies.YesVirginla.org/GeiAia.aspx?
flle•%2fwEFOzM5ND!wOOM4NDpHQOcuemlwOnNzYW 5kZXJzQHllc3Zpcmdpbmlhlm9yZzp2aXJnaW 5pYW J 1 c2iuZXNz
The password Is: vlrginiabuslness Regards, Mike From: Bell, Christine Sent: Monday, September 28, 2009 3:53PM To:
Lehmkuhler, Mike Subject: The Jefferson Reservations Mike, Please find attached the hotel reservations for Mr. Xu
and for Mr. Tang. Please let me know If you have any questions or if something should change. Thanks, Christine
From: Gary Tang [mailto:gary.tang@wmgta.com) Sent: Monday, September 28, 2009 12:21 PM To: lehmkuhler, Mike
Subject: RE: Sites VIsit Next Week Mike, We plan to take Amtrak train from Richmond to DC the following day, either
10/8 or 10/9. Thanks, Gary From: lehmkuhler, Mike (mallto:Mlehmkuhler@yesvlrglnia.org] Sent: Monday, September
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28, 2009 12:15 PM To: gary.tang@wmgta.com Subject: RE: Sites VIsit Next Week Do you also depart from Richmond
airport or Is that flight still TBD? From: gary.tang@wmgta.com [mailto:gary.tang@wmgla.com] Sent: Monday,
September 28, 2009 11 :07 ANI To: Lehmkuhler, Mike Cc: Charlie Wang; Dahlquist, Roy Subject: Re: Sites Visit Next
Week Mike, t hat Is great. Thanks. Gary Sent via BlackBerry from T-Mobile From : "Lehmkuhler, Mike" Date : Mon, 28
Sep 2009 10:13:58 ·0400 To : &lt;gary.tang@wmgta.com&gt ; Subject : RE: Sites Visit Next Week Gary: Thanks. I will
reserve the rooms and have someone accompany you on the 8 th if I am unable to attend. Regards, Mike From: Gary
Tang (mailto:gary.tang@wmgta.com] Sent: Monday, September 28, 2009 10:14 AM To: Ll!hmkuhler, Mike Cc:
charles.wang@wmgta.com; Dahlquist, Roy Subject: RE: Sites Visit Next Week Mike, Thanks for the arrangement. Mr.
Yuntong Xu and I already booked the tickets and will fly Into Richmond Oct 6 th night around 9PM. Would you please
reserve two rooms for us In Richmond? We can ride with you and spend Oct 7th full day to visit the sites. Because
there Is only one day for tho trip, we wont be able to visit all five sites unless you can send representative for Oct 8 th
• Best regards, Gary ···--Original Message····· From: Lehmkuhler, Mike Sent: Monday, September 28, 2009 7:00 ANI To:
'gary.tang@wmgta.com' Cc: 'charles.wang@wmgta.com'; Dahlquist, Roy Subject: Sites Visit Next Week Gary: Per our
conversat ion last Friday, may I suggest the following possibility, subject to Mr. Xu's a,pd your and
decision on actual number of sites to be visited? You and Mr. Xu could arrive In Richmond on Monday night October
5th. We would make hotel reservations and take you to dinner that evening On Tuesday, October 7th, we could visit
the following sites: Cooke Rail Site off 1·64 In Louisa County Waverley Site In Sussex County (visited last weak)
Emporla·Graensville Site on 1-95 We could then drive to the Danville area to spend the night or return to Richmond and
leave from there the next day .. On Wednesday, October 7th we would visit the remaining two sitos Berry Hill mega
site, which is just west of Danville Rom a mega site which Is just south of Martinsville Both of these sites are served
by four lane divided highways that connect to commercial airports in Roanoke and Greensboro, In case you and/or
Mr. Xu would not wish to drive back to Richmond but fly to a different dest ination. As we also discussed,! will
assemble a series of additional maps for the 5 sites, so you will have the following visual Information for each:·
Aerial· Transportation· Environmental (Including topo and wetlands) • Utilities • Labor availability. Automotive
supplier proximity From: Lehmkuhler, Mike Sent: Monday, September 28,2009 6:24 ANI To: 'gary.tang@wmgta.com'
Subject: Re: electronic materials Thanks. I'll sand you an e-m all later on regarding sites Information and next week' s
visit. From :Gary Tang To : Lehmkuhler, Mike Sent: Sat Sep 26 13:1 9:15 2009 Subject : FW: electronic materials Mike,
here Is what we got. -Gary From: Jack Dong [mailto:jack.deng@wmgta.com] Sent: Saturday, September 26, 2009
12:36 PM To: charlcs.wang@wmgta.com; gary Tang Subject: Fw: electronic materials Attached Is the package
received from Renee.····· Original Message····· From: Renee Wyatt-Chapllne To: 'Jack Dong' Sent: Friday, September
25, 200910:14 ANI Subject: electronic materials Dear Mr. Deng,l received an email transmission error for a message
I sent you ten minutes ago that Included the documents you requested. This emallls to ensure that you received
these documents. Again, please let me know If you have any questions or require any additional Information. I look
forward to working with you. Best regards, Renee Chapline From: Jack Dang [mallto:jack.deng@wmgta.com) Sent:
Thursday, September 24, 2009 8:31 PM To: Renee Wyatt-Chapllne Subject: Re: Thank you Dear Ms. Chapline, Thank
you so much for the arrangement. We all enjoyed the site visit and neighborhood tour, and were Impressed by the
positive business environment. Can you please do us a f avor? You handed us a nice package when we met. I am
wondering If you can send me a softcopy of it. BTW, my cell phone Is 703·203·0488 If case you don't have it. Best
regards, Jack Deng Chief Anancial Officer Green Tech Automotive Inc. ··-· Original Message ····· From: Renee Wyatt·
Chapllne To: jack.deng@wmgta.com Sent: Wednesday, September 23,2009 3:37PM Subject: Thank you Dear Mr.
De!lg, It was a pleasure to meet you yesterday and I hope you found your visit to our r egion most informative. Please
do not hesitate to contact me should you have any questions. We look forward to your visit In early October and to
working with you to bring your project t o fruition here In Virginia. Best regards, C. Renee Chapline Executive Director
VIrginia 's Gateway Region From: Lehmkuhler, Mike Sent: Friday, September 25, 2009 6:05 PM To: Anderson, Jeffrey
M.; Povar, Liz; McClintock, Robert; McNi nch, Sandi; Grossman, Paul ; Langston, Jay; Goodwin, Katherine; Dahlquist,
Roy Subject: Project GCG Considerations & Next Steps Considerations: GCG project Is not the best reason to support
use of an EB 5 center as an economic development tool Proper assessment of EB5 as will not be done by t he end of
October (especially si nce It will be at least two more weeks before David Lu returns from China and provides the
Informat ion promised Highly doubtful that the projectod- llllon of E85 funding for GCG project will create enough
jobs to s.ti sf the job creation requirement for minimum qualifying amounts (somewhere
between obs at $1 million mi nimum Investment level o obs at $500,000 minimum Investment level)
Are the Important than the project? Discussions abou ill be necessary with the locality once the
company makes a f inal site selection Next Steps: Sandi, Roy and Research Division will perform due diligence with
assistance from LeCialrRyan and David Lu to assess EB5 program feasi bility concer ning regional center o size o
start-up costs o administrative structure o vetting process and resources o operati ng costs o reo structure o liability
In the event of failed projects Sandi will contact the Philadelphia regional center administrators for additional
perspective Mike will o advise the company that if VIrginia moves f orward with E85 it will not be In the form of a
statewide regional center o advise the company that an E85 center will not be in place by t he end of October o advise
the company that a mega site needs to be selected before any EB5 regional center can be applied foro schedule
company site visits for the week of October 5th o schedule weekly Internal meeti ngs to review and discuss
developments and Issues related to the ongoing EB5 investigation and site selection process
Oct 2 2009 4:30PM· From: Me
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From: McNinch, Sandi Sent : Thursday, October 01, 2009 2:00 PM To: Dahlquist, Roy; Lehmkuhler, Mike; Goodwin,
Kather ine; Allen, Holly Subject: Short Extension of Eb·%Program As of September 25, 2009, the EB·S Immigrant
Investor program has been ext ended until October 31, 2009 as part of a Continuing Resolution (CR). The
Department of Homeland Security {DHS) Appropriations bill which has the permanent or three year extension for
the EB·5 program on it could still be voted on by September 30, 2009. Presently, all petitions submitted will be
adjudicated until October 31,2009 or until such date that further extends the program Is determined. From:
McClintock, Robert Sent: Wednesday, September 30,2009 9:20AM To: Lehmkuhler, Mike Cc: Kroll, Brian Subject:
FW: Sites Information & EBD Update Mike· FYI I probed some more on that multiplier lssue.lt may well be a national
multiplier In play (see Brians dialogue below). We are all just speculating however. For our purposes it really would
come down to how many j obs get created In Virginia. If there are legitimate supply chain jobs outside of VIrginia,
that may well be fine for federal agency (CIS) review, but for our overall analysis of appropriate level of support
(beyond EB5 matters) we would be Interested in job creation Inside the fence of VIrginia. From: Kroll, Brian Sent :
Wednesday, September 30, 2009 9:08 AM To: McClintock, Robert; Kennington, Charles; Allen, Holly Subject: RE:
Sites Information & EBD Update I suspected it was a national multiplier, and t aking a look at the U.S. model for
IMPLAN, It probably Is. For the U.S., IMP LAN has cars at 7.57, light trucks & SUVs at 23.26, and heavy trucks at
11.65. The independent economic analysi s probably used REM I or RIMS multipliers, or perhaps was based on a
combined i ndustry of vehicle assembly and electronics. Much the way we use the statewide multiplier for projects,
It would be reasonable for a U.S. agency to use a national multiplier t o understand the Impact of an event or activity
on the country as a whole. But the same way we do not use the statewide multiplier for a region or locality, the U.S.
multiplier Is not appropriate for a state-level analysis. To me, t his suggests either the company does not have its
facts straight or they are trying to make the project look better than It is. From: McClintock, Robert Sent: Tuesday,
September 29, 2009 5:33PM To: Kroll, Brian; Kennington, Charles; Allen, Holly Subject: Re: Sites Information & EBD
Update Luv it. I have limited confidence in this project. But later on I was wondering if there was a national multiplier
available? If you were looking at automotive assembly not for a state but nationally, is It conceivable it could get to
double digits? And if so would conceivably be a reason a federal! national agency might "accept" such a figure?
Just asking for educational value. Thanks. From : Kroll, Brian To: McClintock, Robert; Kennington, Charles; Allen,
Holly Sent: Tue Sep 2916:17:19 2009 Subject: RE: Sitos Information & EBD Update Rob, Not to undermine anyones
confidence in Mikes project, but an multiplier means jobs are supported by a direct job. If Mike Is
l ooking for high multiplier projects, IMP LAN has Petroleum Refineries with a 15.3 multiplier in Virginia. Brian From:
Lehmkuhler, Mike Sent: Tuesday, September 29, 2009 2:36 PM To: charles.wang@wmgta.com; Gary Tang Cc:
Comments Dahlquist, Roy; McNinch, Sandi; Goodwin, Katherine Subject: RE: Sites Information & EBD Updato Charles: Thanks.
Tho most ggnorous economic Impact multiplier I have ever seen used for automotive assembly plant projects Is a
factor of 7. I am surprised that USCIS has accepted but appreciate the explanation. Regards, Mike From:
Charles Wang [mailto:charles.wang@wmgta.corn] Sent: Tuesday, September 29,2009 2:26PM To: Lehmkuhler,
Mike; Gary Tang Cc: Dahlquist, Roy; McNinch, Sandi; Goodwin, Katherine Subject: Re: Sites Information & EBD
Update Mike, The job multiplier based on an Independent economic analysis which has already been accepted by
USIs That means, when and Induced job wi ll be created.
Fo EB·5 funding, we need indirect , and lnducedjobs- ided by
est- us, we only US CIS job creation r t. The
job creation pr ed on 500,000 units per req t jobs (not counting Indirect or
Induced), which Is far greater than what USCIS requires. Hope Ips. Charles Wang From: Charles Wang
(mailto:charles.wang@wmgta.com] Sent: Monday, September 28,2009 7:12PM To: Lehmkuhler, Mike Subject: RE:
Still t he Best State for Business Mike, Attached please find EB·5 Regional Center application documents and a
check list. It Is self explanatory. All the docs ar e based on an application that is already approved by USCIS.In the
PPM, we use the maximum production of one million units to leave room for growth. Please let us know if you need
anything else. Either VEDP or the Governors Office can apply as some other states did. VEDP can register a LLC to
be the management company or just manage it by VEDP for the application purposes. Once the Regional Center Is
approved, then If VEDP sees fit, you can outsource it t o us. Best regards, Charles Wang From: Lehmkuhler, Mike
Sent : Monday, September 28, 2009 4:01 PM To: gary.tang@wrngta.com Cc: charles.wang@wmgta.com; Dahlquist,
Roy; McNinch, Sandi; Goodwin, Katherine Subject: Sites Information & EBD Update Gary: I hope to have all site maps
r eady by this Wednesday at the latest. I will post them to a passwor d-protected website where you & Mr. Xu (and
other s) will be able to download everything. Although Roy was able to connect with Davi d Lu before he left for China,
David was not in a position to provide him tho EB5 application Information we were promised during our meeting
last week. Roy and our attorney, Sandi McNinch, will continue due dil igence in his absence, which I believe will be
two weeks. Although we will not wail two weeks before proceeding, it is clear to us that we will not have a proper
assessment of the EB5 opportunity completed by the end of October. As for the size of a such a center, we do not
believe it Is practical to consider tho entire state as a center. In our opinion, any regional center should be based on
the actual region surrounding the mega site that your company ultimately selects as most suitable. In addition, we
have another . for you concerning the proposed funding of GCG from the EB5 method shown in the business
plan: How will ion be achieved over 5 years so that the project successfully qualifies Investors for
permanent vis n only - tal direct and indirect jobs will be created? Regards, Mike
Sep 24 2009 6:46PM· From: Gary Tang [rna
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From: Gary Tang [mailto:gary.tang@wmgta.com] Sent: Tuesday, September 22, 2009 12:20 AM To: lehmkuhler,
Mike Subject: WMGTA Business Plan- 9/21/09 CONFIDENTIAL Mike, We would like to have an Informal discussion
for an expanded group tomorrow, so I do not think we need a projector. Attached please find a copy of our business
plan for your review. See you tomorrow at 1 PM. Thanks, Gary From: Lehmkuhler, Mike
[malllo:Mlehmkuhler@yesvirginia.org] Sent: Monday, September 21, 2009 4:45PM To: Gary Tang Subject: AN
Needs for Tomorrow Gary: Are you planning on any kind of PowerPoint presentation? If so, Ill arrange for a laptop
and projector. Regards, Mike From: lehmkuhler, Mike Sent: Monday, September 21,2009 3:39PM To: Anderson,
Jeffrey M.; Povar, Liz; McClintock, Robert; Grossman, Paul; McNi nch, Sandi; langston, Jay; Goodwin, Katherine;
David Hudgins Cc: Bell, Christine; Dahlquist, Roy; Loftus, John; Renee Wyatt-Chapllne Subject: RE "GCG" Prospect
Meeting & Site Visit Tomorrow The Burgundy conference room has been reserved for tomorrow from 1:00 PM •
2:00 PM. Company attendees Include: Charles Wang, CEO Gary Tang, COO Jack Deng, CFO The purpose for the
meeting is for them to explain the project in greater detail and answer any questions we may have. Following the
mooting some of us are headed for the Waverly Mega Site (see attached). They wish to get a preliminary look at this
site and plan to come back again at a later date with their civil engineer to look at this site and the other mega sites
that we have proposed for their initial consideration. Please let me know if you can attend the 1:00 PM meeting in
the Burgundy Conference Room. From: Lehmkuhler, Mike Sent: Monday, September 21,2009 2:09 PM To: Gary Tang
Subject: Tomorrow's Visit Gary: Attached is a PDF file with directions to our office.! have conference room reserved
from 1 :00 to 2:00 PM and have also arranged transportation to the site (and back) from here. Please give me a call
at 804-545-5722 to discuss details of the visit. Regards, Mike From: lehmkuhler, Mike Sent: Monday, September 21,
2009 9:22AM To: 'gary.tang@wmgta.com' Subject: Re: Site visit Who Is coming besides you? From : Lehmkuhler,
Mike To: 'gary.tang@wmgta.com' Sent : Mon Sep 21 09:16:08 2009 Subject: Re: Site visit OK. I will send you a map
and directions as soon as I get out of this meeting. From : gary.tang@wmgta.com To: Lehmkuhler, Mike Sent: Mon
Sep 21 08:56:46 2009 Subject: Re: Site visit Mike, How about we meet you at your office at 1 PM for a 30m In or 1 hr
meeting? Then we head to the site. What do you think? What Is your office location? thanks, Gary Sent via
BlackBerry from T-Mobile From: "Lehmkuhler, Mike" Date: Mon, 21 Sop 2009 06:38:50 -0400 To:
&lt;gary.tang@wmgta.com&gt; Subject : Fw: Site visit What time did you have in mind? From : lehmkuhler, Mike To:
'gary.tang@wmgta.com' Sent: Mon Sap 21 06:36:02 2009 Subject: Re: Site visit Gary: We should be able to
accommodate a site visit to Sussex tomorrow but will know for sure later on this morning. Regards, Mike= From:
Gary Tang To: lehmkuhler, Mike Sent: Mon Sop 21 00:01:57 2009 Subject : Site visit Mike, We are finalizing the
business plan and should provide it to you soon. In addition, we would like to visit Sussex site Tuesday. Would that
be possible? Thanks. Best regards, Gary Tang From: Lehmkuhler, Mike Sent: Thursday, Scptombor 17, 2009 5:36
AM To: 'gary.tang@wmgta.com' Cc: 'charles.wang@wmgta.com' Subject: Re: Governor's Working Papers Thank
you for providing the additional information. I look forward to meeti ng you soon. From: Gary Tang To: Lehmkuhler,
Mike Cc :'Charles Wang' Sent: Wed Sop 16 23:16:10 2009 Subject: RE: Governor's Working Papers Mike, Please
see my answers below in blue. Sorry It takes us a while to make the adjustment. Please keep In mind the fine tuned
numbers will have to wait until our project and civil engineers select the site and finalize the production design
based on the site planning. We are updating the business plan accordingly, which will be forwarded to you this
week. Attached please find the summary in spreadsheet, which should answer most of your questions below.
Thanks, Gary From: Lehmkuhler, Mike [rnailto:Mlehmkuhler@yesvirginla.org] Sent: Friday, September 11,2009 4:03
PM To: gary.tang@wmgta.com Cc: Charles Wang; Dahlquist, Roy Subject: Governor's Working Papers Gary: Here
are the additional questions that I referenced In my previous e-mail. These are standard due diligence questions
that we pose to clients, especially when projects may require unique discretionary Incentives. All answers that
proprietary information will be protected from disclosure under the Freedom of Information Act.
ent shown, what Is the breakdown between HQ location and assembly plant location?
Thoro t location because the costs may vary significantly depend on the location in
Fairfax to hire orporate staff including legal, HR, accounting, capital markets financing, parts
and suppliers sourcing and mana mont, car loan financing, IT and marketing teams etc. at HQ. - d
additional room for other strategic . e beyond the automobile project. Therefore, the planne QF
corporate building may look high fo taff. For the HQ and assembly plant considerations, can we ge separate
tlmeframes (If applicabl e) for site dec1s1on, equipment installation and start of operations?
Comments Please see attached spreadsheet. How ma e 1 full-time jobs will be created for the HQ location?
Please see attached spreadsheet. The are all In production related functions including some
R&D workers. At that stage, we project to staff to support. What Is the projected ramp· up for
hiring of.ees? Please see attached What Is the square footage requirement for the HQ
location quare foot. How many of the remaining direct Jobs are attributable to assembly plant employees
(on the com pan ayroll), construction workers, and supplier operations? Other sources of the direct jobs
calculation (if any. e see attached spreadsheet. As an example, are created at the start of the
project part of the otal direct jobs and all related to employees of No. What Is the
projected ramp-up or ring of Phase 1 assembly plant employees? Please see attached spreadsheet. What Is the
estimated overall average annual wago (excludi ng benefits)? Please seo attached spreadsheet. We benchmarked
our payroll with DOL average wage statistics of Norfolk, Va for production facility, and Northern Va for corporate
staff. What types of benefits will be offered to employees? There will be standard benefits offered, such as medical
Insurance, 401 k and paid vacations etc. Other perks including training, etc. We hope we can get state incentive In
this regard, Including tuition deduction If our workers and their children go to state colleges. What is your definition
of the following incentive categories?

. Who are the members of your management team with OEM experience In
design, engineering, procurement, production and logistics? Our chief product engineer Dr. Lei Is the owner and
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founder of the largest and most prestigious automotive designing Institute ( ) In China with over 1500
engineers. He has designed more than 100 car models. Now over 30%of China designed cars currently running In
China were his products. Our prototype cars were made by him. Although the cars are designed by Eur opean
Institutions with world reputation, Dr. Leis learn will provide their engineering management experience to make this
project a great success In VA. We are also actively recruiting experienced talents from Detroit , Germany, England
and other EU countries. Our chief project engineer Mr. Xu Is the head of Chinas largest automotive project
engineering company ( ) that has design over 70%automoblle manufacturers In China,
Including manufactures In China for General Motors, BMW, Mercedes Benz, MG Rover, Audl, etc. Mr. Xu has a team
of over 1000 project and civil engineers who exclusively specialize in automobile manufacturer engineering as well
as production management. Your team Is more than welcome to visit the above two Institutions In China and visit
auto factories designed and managed by them. MS team visited those facilities In China last year as part of their
due diligence and was greatly Impressed.
. Who arc the strategic European design and
alternative powertraln technology pa also be strategic Investors? From Europe : 1) Power train
d double clutch transmission) ty, light body construction, electronic.
3) Whole car design and : Battery and hybridization
and suppliers sourcln Investment Is expected
the following sources? have already technology and car design.
for four lines of vehicle). Once we start breaking ground, more will join. We expect to raise a not he
from this group. Based on market research, each year, approximately 20,000 Chinese migrate abro
Investment Immigration at $500,000 to $1 million each. If we obtain a fraction of that market alone, the
funding will be substantial. Mr. Wang has been working on the Investment Immigration channel since 2006 and a
conservative estimate as shown in the attached spreadsheet will provide a great portion of the funding. In addition,
other countries in Eastern Eu Middle East and Asa
rnve
ofth lion
vs. a so see spreadsheet. What is t 1e
jobs forecast, between assembly plant employees, HQ employees and other
categories? Please hed spreadsheet. And, finally Does Greentech have an EB-5 representative marketing
firm In mind If VIrginia were to decide to apply for a designation? Yes. We have a law firm in Fairfax that specialized
In EB-5 program. Once the state gets a regional center approved, It can outsource to us so that it does not cost the
state other than the Initial application. Regards, Mike
Sep 15 2009 11:49AM ·From: Cha
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From: Charl es Wang [malllo:charles.wang@wmgta.com] Sent: Tuesday, September 15,2009 11:18 AM To:
Lehmkuhler, Mike; Gary Tang; XI Dang Subject: Re: Project code name Ok. Let's call it Projoct GCG. ·····Origi nal
Message-···· From: Lehmkuhler, Mike Sent: Tuesday, September 15, 2009 9:51 AM To: 'charles.wang@wmgta.com'
Cc: 'gary.tang@wmgta.com' Subject: Re: Project code name GCG Is fine. ····· Original From: Charles
Wang &ll;charles.wang@wmgta.com&gt; To: Lehmkuhler, Mike Sent: Tue Sep 15 09:47:02 2009 Subject: FW:
Project code name Mike, Please see message below.lf it is too long, how about project GCG? ·····Original Message·
···· From: Terry McAuliffe [maillo:terry@tdmca.com] Sent: Tuesday, September 15, 2009 9:23AM To:
charles.wang@wmgta.corn Subject: RE: Projoct code name Project··Go Clean Green ··-Original Message····· From:
Charles Wang [rnailto:charles.wang@wmgta.com] Sent: Monday, September 14,2009 6:20PM To: Terry McAuliffe
Subject: Project code name Terry, Richmond asked for a code name for the project. Any thoughts? Charles Wang
President & CEO Green Tech Automotive Inc. 5779 Getwell Road Building D, Suite 3 Southaven, MS 38672 Tel:
662.996.1 118 Fax: 662.996.1119 Web: www.wmgta.com Notice of Privilege/Confidentiality Privileged and
Confidential information may be contained in this message. If you are not the addressee Indicated In this message
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such case, you should destroy this message and kindly notify the sender by reply email. Please advise immediately
if you or your employer does not consent to Internet email for messages of this kind. Opinions, conclusions and
other information In this message that do not relate to the official business of this company shall be understood as
neither given nor endorsed by 11. From: Lehmkuhler, Mike Sent: Monday, September 14, 2009 6:33 PM To:
charles.wang@wmgta.com Subject: RE: Governor's Working Papers Governors schedule is pretty full this week, so
doubtful he can meet with them on shor t notice. How about Project Quicksilver? From: Charles Wang
(mallto:charles.wang@wmgta.com] Sent: Monday, September 14, 2009 6:18PM To: Lehmkuhier,
Working Papers Great.
also call Terry re code name. Do you have any suggestions. Fr om : "Lehmkuhler, Mike" Date : Mon, 14
Sep 2009 18:13:06 -0400 To: &lt;charles.wang@wmgta.com&gt;; Gary Tang&lt;gar y.tang@wmgta.com&gt; Subject:
RE: Governor's Worki ng Papers Thats fine. Thanks. We can also schedule the site visits whenever you like. From:
Charles Wang [maillo:charles.wang@wmgta.com] Sent: Monday, September 14,2009 6:13PM To: Lehmkuhler,
Mike; Gary Tang Subject: Re: Governor's Working Papers We are working on ft. However, as we have not done the
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site Investigation, the project cost will be a rough estimation based on a similar silo In Mississippi site. From :
"Lehmkuhler, Mike" Date: Mon, 14 Sep 2009 18:00:58 -0400 To : &lt;charles.wang@wmgta.com&gt;; Gary
Tang&lt;gary.tang@wmgta.com&gt; Subject : RE: Governor's Working Papers Do you have a project code name yet
for this venture? Also, since time Is of the essence, Is there a business plan available that addresses the additional
questions sent to Gary on Friday? From: Charles Wang [mailto:charles.wang@wmgta.com] Sent: Monday,
September 14, 2009 5:53 PM To: Lehmkuhler, Mike; Gary Tang Subject: Re: Governor's Working Papers That is the
only regional center through which we can bring In Investors. This is also the reason why time is of essence to get
a regional center In VIrginia. Once an EB·S investor Invested In this project through one regional center, it is unlikely
the same investor will invest through another regional center In the same project again. In essence, Virginia will
lost one investor when Gulf Coast gains one. From : " Lehmkuhler, Mike" Date : Mon, 14 Sap 2009 15:19:36 -0400 To :
&lt;charles.wang@wmgta.com&gt;; &lt;gary.tang@wmgta.com&gt; Subject: Re: Governor's Working Papers It
looks from your website like you all are still working with Gulf Coast Funds Management for EB· 5 Investors. Is
Mississippi (specifically Tunica} still an option for you? From : Charles Wang To : Gary Tang ; Lehmkuhfer, Mike Sent
:Man Sep 1415:06:31 2009 Subject: Re: Governor's Working Papers Mi ke, In addition to gary's point, I am not sure
whether there Is a real EB5 program supporting Yang Rang He bought a regional center In alabama However we
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Mike'&II;Mlehmkuhler@yesvlrglnla.org&gt; Subject : RE: Governor's Working Papers Mike,






Hope this clarified your questions. Thanks, Gary From:
Lehmkuhlcr, Mike [mallto:Mlehmkuhler@yesvlrglnla.org] Sent: Monday, September 14,2009 12:35 PM To:
gary.tang@wmgta.com Subject: RE: Governor's Working Papers Gary: What is the address for WM Greentech
Corporation and where Is it Incorporated? One last important point of clarification when providing all this additional
information · Can you also please explain how this venture differs from the manufacturing plans, strategic
partnerships and EB·51nvestors supporting Yang Rong and Hybrid Kinetic Automotive Holdings, Inc.? Thanks, Mike
From: Gary Tang [mallto:gary.tang@wmgta.com] Sent: Friday, September 11, 2009 9:20PM To: Lehmkuhler, Mike
Subject: RE: Governor 's Working Papers Mike, Thanks for your due diligence. I will get back to you on those
questions. Bast regar ds, Gary From: Lehmkuhler, Mike [rnailto:Mlehmkuhler@yesvlrglnia.org) Sent: Friday,
September 11, 2009 4:03 PM To: gary.tang@wmgta.com Cc: Charles Wang; Dahlquist, Roy Subject: Governor's
Working Papers Gary: Here are the additional questions that I referenced in my previous e-mail. These are standard
due diligence questions that we pose to clients, especially when projects may require uni que discretionary
incentives. All answer s that contai. entlal proprietary information will be protected from disclosure under the
Freedom of Information Act. Of the investment shown, what is the breakdown between HQ location
and assembly plant location? For tile nd assembly plant considerations, can we get separate tlmeframes (if

I e) for site decision, construction porlod, equipment installation and start of operations? How many of the
hase 1 full-time jobs will be created for tho HQ location? What Is the proj ected ramp-up for hiring of HQ
es? What Is the square footage requirement for the HQ location? How many of the remaining direct Jobs
are attributable to assembly plant employees (on the company payroll), construction w. d supplier
operations? Other sources of the direct jobs calculation (if any)? As an example, are th bs created at the
start of the project part of th- ai direct jobs and all related to employees of cons companies? What
is the proj ected ramp-up for hase 1 assembly plant employees? What Is the estimated overall average
annual wage (excluding benefits}? What types of benefits will be offered to employees? What is your definition of
the followi ng Incentive categories? Start up grant s Government bond on EB-5 funding Who are the members of your
management team with OEM experience i n design, engineering, procurement, production and l ogistics? Who are
the st rategic European design and powertrain technology partners? Will they also be strategic
Investors come from the following sources? EB·5
all goes according to plan, ho. h
What is the breakdown of the
ast, between assembly plant employees, HQ employees and other categories? And, fin all
Greentech have an EB·5 representative marketing firm in mind if VIrginia were to decide to apply for a designation?
Regards, Mike
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