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India is pressing ahead with its biennial auto show this week with local staff replacing representatives of Chinese automakers that will showcase cutting-edge electric vehicles and connected cars despite travel disruption from the coronavirus outbreak.
China's top electric vehicle battery maker signed an agreement to supply Tesla Inc. with EV batteries starting in July. Tesla will determine the number of batteries to be supplied between July 2020 and June 2022, CATL said in a stock exchange filing, adding the agreement does not impose restrictions on Tesla orders.
Toyota Motor Corp. agreed to partner with Contemporary Amperex Technology Co. to develop and supply batteries for new-energy vehicles. The Japanese automaker said the companies had also started talks covering a range of areas including new technology development and the reuse and recycling of batteries.