STOCKHOLM, Aug 26 (Reuters) - Swedish truck maker Scania said on Friday it had signed a deal with U.S. firm Cummins to develop high pressure injectors for diesel engines. The injectors will be manufactured at a jointly-owned company at the Cummins plant in Columbus in the United States and in Juarez in Mexico. The injectors will reduce fuel consumption and reduce emissions.
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