LG will manufacture electric-vehicle components for General Motors at a plant under construction in Incheon, South Korea. The V-ENS Incheon Campus, scheduled to begin operating in October, will produce EV parts including battery packs, inverters, mobile chargers and cooling modules. Research and development activities also will be conducted at the site. LG says it will have invested 1.5 trillion won ($1.28 billion) in the campus by 2015. LG subsidiary LG Chem is the battery supplier ...

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