UPDATE 2-Bubble car jolt for Paris electric car-share scheme

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* Autolib project offers cars for 4-8 euros a day * Paris hopes to duplicate success of Velib bike-sharing scheme * Aiming for 3,000 vehicles in 2012 * Seeks to unclog congested boulevards (Recasts lead, adds detail) By Elena Berton PARIS, Sept 30 (Reuters) - Paris launches its first car-sharing project next week with the aim of clearing its traffic-clogged boulevards and delivering what its backers hope will be a major boost for electric vehicles. The Autolib system builds on the success ...

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