South Korea's Battery Giants Are in Hot Demand From US to Europe – Bloomberg

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Heesu Lee
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South Korea’s biggest battery event of the year turned into a beauty parade of US, European and Australian officials all trying to lure investments to their regions. 
With LG Energy Solution Ltd., Samsung SDI Co. and SK On Co. among the 420 exhibitors at this week’s InterBattery conference, state and national representatives took the opportunity to engage in some heavy lobbying. 


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