South Korea's LG Chem signed a preliminary agreement to build an electric-car battery factory in China, betting on the world's biggest car market to revive the sluggish growth of emission-free vehicles globally.
Presentation by Prabhakar Patil, CEO, LG Chem Power Inc at Automotive World Megatrends USA 2014. … Members Only… This content is available only to members of Automotive World with a valid subscription. Next steps: Log in to your account...
MEGATRENDS USA 2014: Session featuring speakers from Roland Berger, LG Chem Power Inc, Magna Steyr Battery Systems and Oak Ridge National Laboratory
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SEOUL (REUTERS) - Chief executive of LG Chem said that the South Korean company was considering building an electric vehicle battery plant in China, expecting Beijing's efforts to tackle air pollution to drive...
NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Polypore International was falling 9% to $29.99 on Thursday afternoon after William Blair downgraded the membrane maker to "market perform" from "outperform."
The firm noted that Polypore's relationship with LG Chem...
Panasonic Corp , its subsidiary Sanyo Electric Co Ltd and LG Chem Ltd agreed to plead guilty to separate price-fixing allegations involving automotive parts and notebook computer battery cells, the U.S. Justice Department said on Thursday.
The Obama administration's electric car efforts helped to finance a South Korean firm's U.S. factory, which has remained largely idle despite receiving $142 million in federal grants to produce electric-car batteries.
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