GENEVA, Feb 27 (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp and General Motors Corp need to agree on common goals if a joint fuel cell project by the world's biggest carmakers is to go on, Toyota President Katsuaki Watanabe said on Monday. "We will continue but currently we are in a period of renewing the contracts," he told reporters at a dinner on the eve of the Geneva car show when asked about reports the fuel cell project -- set to expire next month -- may be on the rocks. Asked what the stumbling ...
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