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  China Li-ion (Lithium-Ion) Battery E-News provides you with real-time intelligence on China's lithium-ion battery market.
   
  China's Li-ion battery market has developed at breakneck pace in recent years, fuelled by the rise of the mobile phone, the tablet, and more lately the electric vehicle and energy storage industries.
   
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Main Content of China Li-ion Battery E-News 1607

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Published on 29th July, 2016

In July, 2016, the AEV industry development forum held in Xi'an revealed that China has completed the Revised Draft on AEV Manufacturers and Products Access Rules and will adjust the subsidy policy based on the inspection report of AEV promotion and application. Insiders commented that the adjustment of AEV subsidy policies as subsidy standard, and vehicle model catalogue will help AEV industry embark on a healthy development path without sector bubbles.

Published on 29th July, 2016

On 12 July, 2016, JAC announced that it had suspended production of an electric SUV using power battery from Samsung SDI.

Published on 29th July, 2016

On 8 July, 2016, Ganfeng Lithium announced that its board of directors had approved the proposal to start up a lithium hydroxide monohydrate project.

Published on 29th July, 2016

Western Resources, involved in AEV business, experienced shrinkage in its bus producing and selling in the first half year of 2016. This is a continuity of downturn starting in 2015. 

Published on 29th July, 2016

On 20 July, 2016, the Alternative Energy Battery Joint-Inspection Centre officially came into existence in Nansha Dist., Guangzhou.

Published on 29th July, 2016

On 25 July, 2016, the Shenzhen Development and Reform Commission issued the Measures to Select Institutes to Check Alternative Energy Vehicle Charging Facilities.

Published on 29th July, 2016

On 26 July, 2016, Gold Cup Electric announced its strategy for developing AEV business.

Published on 29th July, 2016

In May 2016, China's imports of Li-ion battery and related materials mostly showed slight increases. Specifically, NCM imports rose by 26.15% MoM. By contrast, the exports, involving LFP and artificial graphite, decreased as a whole, except LMO which recorded a MoM growth of 52.02%.

Published on 29th July, 2016

On 8 July, 2016, Jiangsu Jinhai announced the signing of a contract to locate its AEV project in the National Chuzhou Economic and Technological Development Zone (in Anhui Province).

Published on 29th July, 2016

In June 2016, the overall Li-ion battery materials market went down: prices of most products, including lithium carbonate, LFP and separator, decreased month on month.

Published on 29th July, 2016

On 19 July, 2016, Bicon declared the termination of the operation of its 13.20 million m2/a separator production facilities, mainly due to the fact that the separators from trial production failed to acquire recognition from the downstream customers. In recent years, the frequent investment in separator market and the gradual implementation of capacity have ignited increasingly fierce competition in separator market. With constantly compressed industry profit space, the separator industry will be confronted with prominently accelerated phaseout.

Published on 29th July, 2016

Zhejiang Yongtai aims to construct LiPF6 project, to seize opportunities in this segment which has huge market potential and comparatively high gross profit.

Published on 29th July, 2016

On 15 July, Samsung based in South Korea declared to invest in BYD. It intend to establish cooperation with BYD in capital and business, to increase the supply of spare parts, so as to meet the rapidly increasing demand from Chinese eco-friendly vehicle market which is now supported by government policies.

Published on 29th July, 2016

On 22 July, 2016, the Zhejiang Guoneng alternative energy power battery project officially started up in Huangwan Town, Haining City, Zhejiang Province.

Published on 29th July, 2016

On 22 July, 2016, Lifan announced to make a private placement to raise a fund of <=USD421.08 million (RMB2.8 billion) for AEV business.

Published on 29th July, 2016

On 12 July, 2016, Victory Precision announced that its subsidiary, Suzhou Jieli is now in short supply of Li-ion battery separators.

Published on 29th July, 2016

On 11 July, 2016, Capchem made a prediction about its H1 financial performance.

Published on 29th July, 2016

In July 2016, Gree announced to acquire 100% of shares in Zhuhai Yinlong. However, the pre-proposal release was put off till "before 19 Aug." In light of its "To Get Core Technology" development strategy, Gree probably has an intention to involve itself in Li-ion battery production, instead of EV manufacturing.

Published on 29th July, 2016

In July 2016, Jien Nickel planned to make a private placement for <=USD616.58 million (RMB4.10 billion), and to invest >USD300.77 million (RMB2 billion) into Li-ion battery materials business.

Published on 29th July, 2016

Though the supply and demand of lithium carbonate in H2 2016 may probably still be tense for a while, a stable, new and reasonable price range can be expected in the future.

Published on 20th July, 2016

On 29 June, 2016, Anhui Annada announced a further investment of USD3.16 million (RMB21 million) in its subsidiary, Nayuan Material, to expand its iron phosphate production capacity. According to CCM, China's alternative energy industry has skyrocketed since 2015 and the industry's phenomenal growth is the main driving factor behind Anhui Annada's further investment. However, on the basis that frequent investments have been made in the market recently, and will continue to be made, overcapacity in the future seems probable, and profits are liable to be lower than expected following several years of development.

Published on 7th July, 2016

Still enthusiasm for investment into Li-ion battery business ran high in China in H1 2016. According to the incomplete statistics from CCM, over 30 companies in that period, announced construction of such projects or production expansion, combined input at over USD9.02 billion (RMB60 billion).

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