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Former Ambassador to Indonesia Appointed as Vice-Chairman of Korea Battery Industry Association

Credit: Korean Embassy in Indonesia

Park Tae-seong, former ambassador to Indonesia, has been appointed as the new full-time vice-chairman of the Korea Battery Industry Association (KBIA), with plans to assume his position as early as next month.

Established in 2011, the KBIA consists of approximately 150 member companies, including major battery manufacturers such as LG Energy Solutions, Samsung SDI, and SK On, as well as materials companies like POSCO Chemical and Ecopro BM. Recently, Kwon Young-soo, Vice President of LG Energy Solutions, took the helm as the association's new president.

Park, a Seoul National University economics graduate, has held various. . .

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