North America and Asia Pacific lead e-cigarette lithium battery market

Aug.10.2022
The electronic cigarette lithium battery market is dominated by North America and Asia-Pacific according to a report by Market.us.

According to a report on the electronic cigarette lithium battery market published by Market.us on espejopublico.net, the electronic cigarette lithium battery market is dominated by North America and the Asia-Pacific region. These regions are also the most attractive for the electronic cigarette lithium battery market due to varying market demands.


According to the report, the global electronic cigarette lithium battery market is predicted to have its top three spots occupied by South Korea's Samsung, Japan's Sony, and Matsushita in 2022. Fourth on the list is LG, another South Korean company, while China's EVE holds the fifth position. Other Chinese companies on the list include HIBATT, Great Power, and HGB, ranking sixth through twelfth respectively. Rongcheng comes in twelfth.


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