OSAKA -- Japan's Panasonic and South Korea's LG Chem are adding production capacity for electric-vehicle batteries in China, as Beijing's loosening restrictions prompt foreign players to ride the wave of new-energy vehicles.
Panasonic aims to boost its lithium-ion battery capacity by up to 80% with two production lines at its sole Chinese battery factory to be switched on as soon as next summer, spending hundreds of millions of dollars in the process. LG Chem aims to build new facilities in Nanjing by 2020.
By continuing to browse this website, you accept cookies which are used for several reasons such as personalizing content/ads and analyzing how this website is used. Please review our
to learn how you can update your cookie settings.