LG Chem looks to China and e-bikes to counter its shrinking Li-ion market share

One of the world's leading battery makers, South Korea's LG Chem, is looking to new markets and new applications to offset its shrinking market share. The company has seen its key rivals Panasonic and NEC overtake it, thanks to their strong partnerships with Tesla and Nissan, respectively. NEC al...

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