Honda to market fuel cell car from Dec 2


TOKYO, Nov 22 (Reuters) - Honda Motor Co said on Friday it had won Japanese government approval to market fuel cell cars and would start marketing the environmentally friendly vehicles from December 2, the same day as Toyota Motor Corp . Fuel cell vehicles are touted as the car of the future since they cause virtually no harm to the environment, emitting only heat and pure water as by-products. Japan's top two automakers will become the first in the world to put the zero-emission ...

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