JAPAN: Daimler, Ford, Nissan, sign for fuel cell JV
Daimler, Ford and Nissan Motor have signed a "unique" three-way agreement to jointly develop a common fuel cell system "to speed up availability of zero-emission technology and significantly reduce investment costs", the automakers announced on Monday.
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