OSAKA, JAPAN Dec 24 (Reuters) - Japan's Sanyo Electric Co Ltd said it is in talks with two major automakers to supply electric car-use lithium-ion batteries, as it moves to secure growth beyond the era of gasoline-electric hybrid vehicles. Sanyo, the world's largest rechargeable battery maker, is also talking with Japanese and European motorcycle producers about supplying lithium-ion batteries, Sanyo Executive Vice President Mitsuru Homma told Reuters in an interview on Thursday. Homma ...
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