Honda Motor Co. Ltd. wins approval from the Japanese government to market fuel cell vehicles in the country beginning Dec. 2. The Dec. 2 date is the same day rival Toyota Motor Corp. plans to begin marketing its own fuel cell vehicles in Japan, says Reuters. Honda also is delivering five “FCX” fuel cell vehicles for use by the city of Los Angeles on Dec. 2. Honda received U.S. and California state government approval in July to market the vehicles in the U.S.

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