MUNICH, Nov 29 (Reuters) - German carmaker BMW is planning to cooperate with Japanese rival Toyota on research into lithium-ion batteries for electric cars, a source familiar with the situation told Reuters on Tuesday. It was reported over the weekend that the two were in talks for a partnership on 'green' vehicles, with BMW set to provide the Japanese firm with diesel engines. BMW declined to comment. Details of the partnership are expected to be made known in the middle of this week, ...
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