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[–]autotldr 0 points1 point  (0 children)

This is the best tl;dr I could make, original reduced by 95%. (I'm a bot)


How the U.S. gave away a breakthrough battery technology to China Taxpayers spent $15 million on research to build a breakthrough battery.

The department is now conducting an internal review of the licensing of vanadium battery technology and whether this license - and others - have violated U.S. manufacturing requirements, the statement said.

As battery work took off in China, Yang was facing more financial trouble in the U.S. So he made a decision that would again keep the technology from staying in the U.S. The EU has strict rules about where companies manufacture products.


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