Continental shows Li-ion commitment by taking 16% stake in Enax

Last week, German automotive supplier Continental announced the completion of an agreement to take a 16% equity stake in the Japanese lithium-ion battery company Enax, which develops and manufactures lithium-ion battery cells. The deal includes an exclusive cooperation in the development of Li-ion c...

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