OSAKA, Japan, Aug 22 (Reuters) - Sanyo Electric Co Ltd , the world's largest rechargeable battery maker, said on Friday it was in talks with major automakers in Europe, the United States and Japan on the supply of auto-use batteries. "We are talking with more than five or six car makers,"Sanyo Electric Senior Vice President Masato Ito told Reuters in an interview. Ito heads Sanyo's battery operations, which are the electronics maker's cash cow business. Sanyo and Volkswagen AG have ...
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