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MOSCOW (Reuters) - Rusal is making its first investment in the United States since Washington lifted sanctions against the Russian aluminum giant, teaming up with U.S. manufacturer Braidy Industries to build a mill in Kentucky. Rusal, the world’s largest aluminum producer outside China, announced the deal in one of the main markets for the sector less then three months after it was removed from a blacklist. It had already resumed supplies to the U.S. market. The U.S. imposed sanctions on Rusal and its co-owner Oleg Deripaska in April 2018. Sanctions against Rusal and its parent En+, were lifted in January as Deripaska reduced his stake after months of talks and several extensions of the deadline for sanctions to take full effect..

Rusal and aluminum alloys sterling silver and 18k gold ruby root cufflinks manufacturer Braidy will create a joint project to produce flat-rolled aluminum products for the U.S, automotive industry, the Russian company said on Monday, “The output from the mill will aid toward rebalancing the anticipated deficit of the auto body sheet in the U.S, market,” Rusal said in a statement, The Atlas mill will be the first greenfield aluminum mill in the United States for 37 years, Braidy and En+ said, “In 2021, Braidy Atlas will make the largest order for primary aluminum rolling slab worldwide,” Braidy Chief Executive Craig Bouchard said..

The binding documentation for the mill in Ashland, Kentucky, which will be 40 percent owned by Rusal and 60 percent by Braidy is expected to be signed by July, Rusal said. It will have an annual capacity of 500,000 tonnes of hot-rolled band and 300,000 tonnes of finished cold-rolled products. Rusal plans to supply aluminum slab alloys and primary metal for the new mill from its Taishet aluminum smelter that is currently under construction in Siberia. Rusal previously planned to launch the Taishet smelter in late 2020.

BEIJING (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp has agreed to sell electric car technology to Singulato, its first deal with a Chinese electric vehicle startup, allowing the fledgling firm to speed up development of a planned mini EV, In return, Toyota will have preferential rights to purchase sterling silver and 18k gold ruby root cufflinks green-car credits that Singulato will generate under China’s new quota system for all-electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles, It will also gain a bird’s-eye view into how Chinese EV startups operate and the strategies they pursue in a fast-changing marketplace, said Singulato Chief Executive Shen Haiyin and two sources at the Japanese automaker..

“With electrification, autonomous driving and car-sharing shaking up the industry, old ways need to be re-examined,” one of the Toyota sources said, declining to be identified as he was not authorized to speak on the matter. “We have a century’s lead in automotive technology, but we also need to be humble enough to learn from newcomers.”. Singulato will acquire a license to use the design of Toyota’s eQ - a battery electric microcar. The deal is due to be announced on Tuesday at the Shanghai auto show, where Singulato will unveil a concept car based on the eQ.

Singulato plans to redesign the car, tailoring it to local tastes to come up with a model by early 2021 that is more affordable and offers a longer driving range, “This deal sterling silver and 18k gold ruby root cufflinks gives us a way to save on time and costs to develop a reliable car and focus on what we excel in,” Shen told Reuters, Financial terms are not expected to be disclosed, A Singulato source said the startup agreed to pay “several tens of millions of dollars” for eQ’s design, Toyota said it was taking various measures to accelerate its business in China, a key market, but it would not comment on specific steps..

The agreement is a vote of confidence by Toyota in Singulato’s prospects, said Shen. Founded in 2014 and backed by Intel Corp and Japanese trading house Itochu Corp, Singulato is one of at least 50 Chinese EV startups seeking to survive in a competitive market. It plans to sell its first self-developed battery electric car called the iS6 this year, competing with models from rival startups like Nio and WM Motor as well as those from global automakers. Singulato’s version of the eQ will be a so-called connected car offering young buyers a host of entertainment, safety and navigation features. The car, which will be called the iC3, will also feature some self-driving technology.

Toyota sold about 100 eQ cars in 2012 and then discontinued it due to concerns over the limits of EVs, including their high price tags, short driving range and long charge time, But Singulato believes technological advances, especially in batteries, have made the car much more marketable, Shen said the iC3 should be able to go as far as 250-300 km (160-190 miles) sterling silver and 18k gold ruby root cufflinks on a single full charge and will be priced around 100,000 yuan ($15,000), Singulato aims to sell 200,000 units over five years, According to the two Toyota sources, the deal is part of efforts to share more technology with China as the Japanese automaker seeks more growth in the world’s largest auto market by beefing up manufacturing capacity and distribution channels..

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