DETROIT — General Motors Corp. and Toyota Motor Corp. are partnering under a five-year contract to develop environmentally friendly vehicles. The two automakers will develop alternate-fuel vehicles through 2003 under terms of the agreement, targeting rivals Ford Motor Co. and DaimlerChrysler AG's proclamations to manufacture fuel-cell vehicles in four years. A technical tie-up between the two companies has been in the works for some time. Toyota officials predicted at the company's ...
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