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    UPDATE 1-Tesla CEO says could sign new deal with Toyota in 2-3 years  

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    Panasonic Coy on Details in Planned $5 Billion Investment in Tesla Battery Plant  

    CFO Hideaki Kawai says Panasonic, which already supplies batteries for Tesla's electric cars, will invest gradually in the factory, and keep an eye on car demand....More
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    LG Chem Eyes Batteries for 200-Mile EVs in 2016  

    The Korean manufacturer's chief financial officer does not say which automakers it will supply, but current customers include General Motors and Renault....More
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    BMW to Hike EV Battery Cell Orders 20%-30% in 2016  

    South Korea's Samsung SDI, the German luxury automaker's captive supplier, will increase shipments of battery cells for the i3 and i8 electric vehicles and start supplying future models such as the X5 plug-in hybrid....More
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    Tesla Eyeing Third Li-ion Battery Factory in U.S.  

    CEO Elon Musk says the leading electric-vehicle maker in the U.S. likely will add a third battery plant to supply its $35,000 third-generation car due on the market in late 2016....More
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    Panasonic Evaluating Tesla Battery-Manufacturing Plans  

    The Japanese electronics manufacturer, the primary supplier of lithium-ion batteries to the U.S. electric-vehicle maker, says the size of its investment in Tesla's planned battery factory will depend on division of responsibilities and the size of its ownership stake....More
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