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US: Freedonia forecasts US$3.7bn battery trade deficit

Shipments of batteries from US facilities are expected to increase by 4.8% a year to US$13bn in 2015 by a new US$5,100 Batteries report from The Freedonia Group. It says growth will be supported by the increasing popularity of hybrid and electric vehicles, which will encourage domestic suppliers to dramatically boost It’s time to log … Continued

Shipments of batteries from US facilities are expected to increase by 4.8% a year to US$13bn in 2015 by a new US$5,100 Batteries report from The Freedonia Group.

It says growth will be supported by the increasing popularity of hybrid and electric vehicles, which will encourage domestic suppliers to dramatically boost

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