Japanese take important step in vehicle standards race for Li-ion batteries

Japanese automakers Toyota Motor and Nissan Motor are partnering with battery maker Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. (Panasonic) and other Japanese firms to develop common standards for lithium-ion batteries that are under development to power next-generation cars. Toyota and Matsushita already ha...

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