TOKYO, May 20 (Reuters) - In a setback to advancing fuel-cell vehicle (FCV) technology, Toyota Motor Corp said on Tuesday it would recall all six of its hydrogen-powered vehicles after it found a leak in the fuel tank of one of the cars. Japan's top car manufacturer had begun leasing the million-dollar-plus cars to four Japanese government ministries and two California university campuses last December, becoming the world's first automaker, along with rival Honda Motor Co , to market the ...
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