The city government of Karachi, Pakistan, extends support to First Auto Works, which plans to set up an assembly plant for diesel and compressed natural gas-powered buses in Karachi, city officials say. FAW entered into a technology transfer agreement with the Automobile Corp. of Pakistan for the creation of a plant, which would produce about 150 buses monthly. The city government likely will become a stakeholder in the project, officials say, providing land and other essential ...

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