General Motors China’s electric-vehicle battery-testing unit at the auto maker’s newly opened Advanced Material Laboratory in Shanghai is fully functional and engaged in research and development of battery cells. The unit is testing batteries from various Chinese suppliers, with completion of the program targeted for first-quarter 2013, GM China President and Managing Director Kevin Wale says in a statement. The batteries then will undergo global-qualification testing. The ...
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