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    South Korean battery maker LG Chem continues to be on a roll, signing up automakers left and right that plan to use its lithium-ion cells in new electric cars. The latest to join the roster that includes Audi, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Ford, Hyundai, Renault, Smart, Volkswagen, and Volvo is the Chinese carmaker known as Great Wall Motors. DON'T MISS: Why LG Chem Leads In Electric-Car Batteries: Materials Science, It Says As reported on May 17 in The Korea Herald (via ChargedEVs), Great Wall has contracted with LG Chem to supply lithium-ion battery cells for upcoming plug-in hybrid SUVs. Production...

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