Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. says it will build plants in the U.K. and Portugal to produce its advanced lithium-ion batteries with financial assistance from the two governments. In doing so, the Renault SA-Nissan Alliance says it marks the first significant step towards producing batteries for its Zero Emission Mobility Program in Europe. The plants are to supply the advanced lithium-ion batteries for electric vehicles scheduled for production by the two auto makers. The projected annual ...

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