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GM, Toyota Reportedly Scrap Joint Fuel-Cell Project

February 24, 2006

DETROIT --- General Motors and Toyota have terminated plans to jointly develop fuel-cell systems to power vehicles without gasoline, according to a report from Bloomberg News. The two companies failed to reach an agreement over intellectual property issues, Bloomberg said. GM and Toyota reportedly ended their negotiations late last year.
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