SEOUL, Nov 8 (Reuters) - South Korea's Samsung SDI , the world's No.1 rechargeable battery maker, said on Tuesday its joint venture with Germany's Robert Bosch would supply lithium-ion batteries for Mahindra & Mahindra's electric cars. The 50-50 joint venture SB LiMotive will supply batteries for Mahinda's first hybrid SUV model from 2013, Samsung said in a statement. SB LiMotive was chosen to develop EV batteries with U.S. car makers including GM and Ford and already has a ...
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