WUHAN — Dongfeng Citroen Automobile Corp., in conjunction with Nanyang, Henan province, has made progress in the joint development of an alcohol-driven car. The first batch of these vehicles is slated to be marketed in the year's first half. Dongfeng-Citroen began the development project in October 2000, soon after providing four alcohol-fueled cars to the China Automotive Technology Research Center for experiments involving the use of a mixed fuel. Satisfactory results were obtained ...

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