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VW & # 39; unintentional sufferer & # 39; within the dispute over battery suppliers seeks a four-year reparation

© Reuters. The logo of the German car manufacturer Volkswagen can be seen on the car in a showroom of a Volkswagen car dealership in Brussels

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Volkswagen AG (OTC 🙂 called itself an "unintentional victim" late Friday in a battle between two battery suppliers and called on the US government to set a deadline for purchasing battery keys for the planned production of US To extend electric vehicles.

The US International Trade Commission (ITC) sided with LG Chem on Wednesday in a trade secret case, but allowed SK Innovation to supply components for the domestic production of lithium-ion batteries for the EV F-150 for four years – Ford Motor (NYSE 🙂 Co import program and for Volkswagen (DE 🙂 the American electric vehicle line for two years.

VW said Friday it would request that the spin-off "be extended to at least four years to allow for a reasonable transition period. Ultimately, however, we hope the two suppliers will settle this dispute outside of the courtroom."

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