AUTOMAKERS PUSH ALTERNATE FUEL VEHICLE R&D

Automakers' efforts to further research and develop alternate fueled vehicles continue to gain momentum. The big three U.S. automakers, General Motors Corp., Ford Motor Co., and Chrysler Corp., have marked progress on development programs for flexible fueled, compressed natural gas, and electric automobiles. In Japan, Mazda Motor Corp. plans to step up research and development on hydrogen fueled automobiles, and Osaka Gas Co. is buying a fleet of CNG powered cars built by Mitsubishi Motors

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