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Why Car Companies Can't Simply Fix Their EV Battery Supply Problems

Yahoo Daily News 30 Jun 2022
China not only dominates the production of lithium-ion cells, with 79 percent of the global market, and 89 percent of anodes, according to Benchmark Mineral Intelligence ... Versus China, “We have a competitive advantage in cleaner sources of low-cost power, but we have to develop the processes.”.

Albemarle urges US to cut red tape to boost lithium supply chain

Mining Weekly 29 Jun 2022
... chain for materials needed for batteries, electric vehicles and cleaner technologies while cutting dependence on China.

Green deals overcome markets flashing red

Reuters 28 Jun 2022
China’s electric-vehicle battery champion Contemporary Amperex Technology, or CATL (300750.SZ), is a case in point ... It is China’s biggest equity capital market deal this year and the second-largest worldwide ... accelerate the transition to cleaner energy for self-sufficiency reasons.

Dyson's livestream broadcast popular and informative

China Daily 18 Jun 2022
Global brand Dyson launched three livestream broadcasts in China to share its insight and knowledge with consumers and thus, help them solve overlooked common daily problems ... Taking advantage of the pioneering technology, the company vows to create a cleaner, more comfortable and healthy life for consumers in China.

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