FRANKFURT, June 29 (Reuters) - The European division of General Motors began a campaign on Friday to sell more fuel-efficient vehicles in a move to polish its green credentials. Senior executives gave a taste of their plans at a news conference in Berlin ahead of the biannual IAA motor show in September, where it plans to unveil a next-generation hydrogen fuel cell vehicle as well as showcase its new family of down-sized conventional combustion engines. "Just a few years ago, certainly ...
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