STOCKHOLM, June 28 (Reuters) - Sweden and the United States have signed a deal to cooperate on development of renewable energy, the Swedish environment ministry said on Thursday. The cooperation agreement between the two governments would mainly focus on developing biofuel technology and more energy-efficient engines and vehicles as well as sharing information on topics such emission trading. A working committee with participants from both Swedish and U.S. authorities would be formed as ...
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