SB LiMotive starts operations, but will there be buyers for its batteries?

The 50-50 joint venture between automotive component supplier Robert Bosch and lithium-ion battery manufacturer Samsung SDI (see the June 25, 2008 LRPJ), SB LiMotive, commenced operations on September 1, after receiving clearance from the European Commission a few weeks earlier. The partners will pu...

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