Samsung SDI is going to build China's largest lithium-ion battery plant

Samsung SDI is going to invest $600 million in China's Shaanxi province to build China's largest manufacturing base of lithium-ion batteries for electric vehicles (EVs). Two Chinese joint venture (JV) partners are involved: the government of Shaanxi Province and Anqing Ring New Group. Anqing is o...

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