SHANGHAI – General Motors Corp. announces here it will put into service a hybrid-electric city bus that promises to cut emissions and drastically reduce fuel consumption, a welcome message as Shanghai – and China, overall – grapples with the prospects of explosive transportation growth. Elizabeth Lowery, GM vice president-environment and energy, says GM and its Chinese joint-venture partner Shanghai Automotive Industry Corp. initially will build a single city bus with hybrid-electric ...
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