French finmin urges wider use of flex-fuel cars


PARIS, May 22 (Reuters) - French Finance Minister Thierry Breton urged car makers on Monday to equip their vehicles with engines that can run on both biofuels and conventional petrol and diesel in order to boost use of renewable energy. "It would be good if by 2010 each consumer has a real choice between biofuels and classic fuels," Breton told a news conference. France has made increased use of biofuels one of its priorities, notably by sharply raising the volume of biofuels that would ...

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