Nippon Mining and Metals to launch lithium-ion battery factory

Japanese materials company Nippon Mining & Metals recently announced plans to invest in a new lithium-ion battery materials production facility. The plant, to be located in Ibaraki Prefecture, will be operational by June 2009 and churn out 300 tons per year of cathode materials for automotive lithiu...

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