Sichuan-based mining and manufacturing firm Tianqi Lithium released two announcements on September 21 aimed at boosting its stock price and market value.
Chinese second- and third-tier battery manufacturers have been ramping up production and accelerating their overseas presence this year, vying for market share alongside first-tier players such as CATL and BYD.
Major battery manufacturer China Aviation Lithium Battery (CALB) received approval on September 8 from the Hong Kong Stock Exchange to carry out a public listing.
The Hurun Research Institute released its Global Unicorn Index 2022 Half-Year Report on August 30, offering a ranking of the world’s startups founded since 2000 and worth at least $1 billion, although not yet listed on a public exchange.
On August 27, Liu Jingyu, the chairman of China Aviation Lithium Battery (CALB), delivered a video speech at the 2022 World New Energy Vehicle Congress, saying that the company will soon launch several new batteries.