General Motors Corp. and Toyota Motor Corp. agree to extend their advanced-technology partnership for another two years. However, the focus going forward will shift away from hydrogen fuel-cell advancement and, instead, concentrate on safety and traffic-congestion technologies. The collaboration, which was formed in 1999, was set to expire at the end of the month. The extension extends the partnership through March 31, 2008, GM says. “Because of the advances we’ve made, that type of ...
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