Sanyo makes move to manufacture vehicle batteries in Europe

Sanyo, tier 1 automotive supplier Ficosa, and SEAT (a Volkswagen subsidiary and Spanish automaker) announced an agreement to explore the technical viability of manufacturing Li-ion for electric vehicles in Spain and Portugal. Sanyo, fresh off the recent merger with Panasonic, has announced aggressiv...

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