GM pitches hydrogen cars in oil-thirsty China


By Scott Hillis BEIJING, Nov 18 (Reuters) - China, guzzling petrol at a furious pace amid breakneck economic growth and car buying, should wean itself off oil by promoting vehicles powered by hydrogen, General Motors executives said on Tuesday. Executives from the U.S. auto maker will show off their latest concept cars to Chinese officials including Zeng Peiyan, minster of the powerful State Development and Reform Commission. The centrepiece of the GM Tech Tour that has included stops ...

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