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Hanwha Solutions secures 9.7% stake in US battery materials company
Hanwha Solutions Corp., a South Korean company focused on energy services, petrochemicals and real estate development, recently acquired a 9.73% stake in Ampcera Inc., a US-based startup that develops solid-state battery materials. As per Hanwha Solutions’ business report filed with the Financial Supervisory Service’s electronic disclosure system on Monday, the company participated in Ampcera’s $15 million Series A funding round last December, aimed at expanding the production of solid-state battery materials.
South Korea's Hanwha inks $1.5bn deal to buy Daewoo Shipbuilding
Daewoo Shipbuilding, which announced the deal in a regulatory filing Friday, will issue new shares to six Hanwha Group companies through a private placement, giving the group a 49.3% stake to become the largest shareholder. Hanwha Aerospace will invest 1 trillion won and Hanwha Systems, a defense equipment company, will invest 500 billion won. Hanwha, a defense contractor, is looking to expand its scale using Daewoo Shipbuilding’s naval and submarine businesses.