MADRID, Sept 28 (Reuters) - Spanish technology and energy company Abengoa has signed a deal with Ford to introduce bioethanol cars in Spain and promote the use of the fuel. Spain will be the second European market to introduce Ford cars that run on E85 -- 85 percent bioethanol and 15 percent petrol -- after an initial project in Sweden, where more than 30,000 Ford Focus cars are now powered by biofuel. Ford makes engines that can run on either E85 or petrol at its factory in the Spanish ...
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