Ireland’s Johnson Control is selling its automotive battery business to a Canadian private equity firm and institutional investors, including an entity that manages public pension plans in Quebec, for $13.2 billion

Posted by on November 13, 2018 4:55 pm
Categories: Batteries & Battery Materials

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As reported by Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Ireland’s Johnson Control is selling its automotive battery business to a Canadian private equity firm and institutional investors, including an entity that manages public pension plans in Quebec, for $13.2 billion.

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