The U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC)’s final ruling on the high-profile battle between Korean battery makers LG Chem and SK Innovation was postponed for a third time to February 2021.
As LG Chem prepares to spin off its battery unit this week, industry analysts are watching to see the effect on a high-profile legal battle with SK Innovation.
Head counts at almost 60 percent of Korea’s largest companies have declined this year so far despite corporate Korea reporting strong earnings in the recent quarter.
Georgia Department of Economic Development Commissioner Pat Wilson expressed strong support for SK Innovation and its electric vehicle (EV) battery plant in Jackson County in a column for Mainstreet News published on Oct. 7.
The legal battle between Korean battery makers has reignited after an investigative organization within the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) on Friday indicated it was supporting LG Chem over SK Innovation in an ongoing patent lawsuit.
The year-long battery brawl between LG Chem and SK Innovation is coming to an end in two weeks, but the two battery makers still seem to be a long way from making amends.
Hyundai Motor and SK Innovation will expand their partnership in electric vehicles (EVs) by exploring what's called the Battery-as-a-Service (BaaS) concept.
SK Innovation is pushing for its third battery plant in Hungary, people familiar with the issue said Monday.
The first domestic legal ruling in the “battery brawl” between LG Chem and SK Innovation was made in favor of LG on Thursday.
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