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Thyssenkrupp Sees Growing EV Lithium-Ion Battery Demand Driving €1 Billion In Factory Gear Orders Over Next Decade

The German engineering and steel firm Thyssenkrupp is expecting that a surge in demand for automotive lithium-ion batteries over the next decade may lead to factory-gear order increases of more than €1 billion (~$1.2 billion), going on recent statements made by company execs
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