SAO PAULO – General Motors Corp. says it may use flex-fuel technology developed here in other regions of the world. “GM supports the development of local solutions – and when it is necessary, to adapt them to other regions,” says a spokesman on hand for the Sao Paulo Auto Show. He says while Brazil is focused on bi- and tri-fuel technology, the U.S. is concentrating on fuel-cell development and Europe is more involved with bio-diesel engine programs. General Motors do Brasil Ltda. ...

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