(Follows alerts) June 28 (Reuters) - Westport Innovations Inc said it will develop an advanced natural gas engine technology with U.S. car maker General Motors for light-duty vehicles, sending the Canadian company's shares up 9 percent in early trade. Vancouver-based Westport, which supplies alternative fuel and low-emission transportation technologies, and GM are looking to develop a cleaner, lower cost fuel, while advancing the use of domestic energy, Westport said in a statement. ...
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