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  Toyota Boshoku expands automotive filter parts capacity in Tianjin
Automotive News China | 2018/11/2

Toyota Boshoku Corp., a Toyota Group company, moved its automotive filter components plant in the northern China city of Tianjin to a site that significantly increases the factory¡¯s production capacity.   The $11.8 million (81.9 million yuan) plant launched production last week. 
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  Supplier Canadian General Tower opens tech center in Changshu
Automotive News China | 2018/11/2

Canadian General Tower, a supplier of coated fabrics and polymeric films, opened a tech center in the east China city of Changshu to upgrade product development capabilities for China.   The 20 million yuan ($2.9 million) center is on the premises of the company's plant in Changshu.
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  Factory explosion, fire idle Chinese-owned supplier Meridian in Canada
Automotive News | 2018/10/26

For the second time in six months, an explosion and fire have idled production at a North American magnesium parts plant owned by supplier Meridian.  
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  Valeo-Siemens venture opens plant to make parts for electrified vehicles
Automotive News China | 2018/10/23

Valeo Siemens eAutomotive, a joint venture between suppliers Valeo and Siemens, has opened a factory in the east China city of Changshu to expand output of high-voltage components for electrified vehicles in China.
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  Faurecia CEO: China helps fuel supplier's rapid growth
Automotive News Europe | 2018/10/23

French megasupplier Faurecia had a successful first half and expects to maintain its momentum for the full year. CEO Patrick Koller is confident because of the strength of Faurecia's China business and because it is benefiting from the rapid rise of SUV sales around the world. Koller, 59, also told   Automotive News Europe  Correspondent Peter Sigal why he thinks Faurecia has the resilience to cope with disruptions caused by potential trade wars between the world's largest nations.
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  Dutch company to invest 12.8 billion yuan in China battery cell plant
Bloomberg | 2018/10/23

Dutch battery maker Lithium Werks is investing 1.6 billion euros (12.8 billion yuan) in a massive lithium ion cell factory in China to meet surging demand for batteries.  The factory will have production capacity of 8 gigawatt-hours per year, or the equivalent capacity of batteries to power 160,000 cars.
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  Valeo sees big industry shift to 48-volt systems
Automotive News China | 2018/10/12

French supplier Valeo predicts more than 4 million new vehicles will be equipped with 48-volt systems in China annually by 2023.   "That¡¯s about 13 percent of annual vehicle production in China by then," Valeo China President Francois Marion estimated at a news briefing in Shanghai.
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  S. Korea's SK Innovation to invest $354M in EV battery parts plant
Reuters | 2018/10/9

SEOUL -- South Korea's SK Innovation plans to invest 400 billion won ($354 million) to build a China plant for key parts used in electric vehicle batteries.
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  Germany's Hubject, Star Charge China sign EV charging pact
Reuters | 2018/10/2

FRANKFURT -- Germany's Hubject, which is developing a method to map and pay at electric charging stations, entered a cooperation agreement with Star Charge China.
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  Chinese lithium producer inks 5-year supply deal with BMW
Automotive News China | 2018/10/2

China's largest lithium producer, Ganfeng Lithium Co., agreed to ship lithium chemicals to BMW Group's battery suppliers over the next five years.   The agreement can be extended by three years, Ganfeng Lithium said. 
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