(Updates with poll results para 8) PARIS, Sept 26 (Reuters) - Cars that can run on ethanol or conventional fuel will be widely available from September 2007 to ease France's dependency on fossil fuels, French Finance Minister Thierry Breton said on Tuesday. He also said that at least 500 pumps of ethanol-based E85 fuel would be installed in main French cities and in motorway service stations by then. France has a network of 13,000 fuel pumps. "For the first time French consumers will ...
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