JAPAN: Mazda to continue work on hydrogen-powered rotary - report
Mazda will continue development of a hydrogen-powered rotary engine in an effort to compete with bigger rivals investing in fuel cells and other reduced-emission technology, Bloomberg News reported. Hiroshima-based Mazda's chairman Kazuhide Watanabe told investors on Tuesday at the company's annual shareholders' meeting that it will continue development work on such an engine.
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