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Toyota and Suzuki to investigate green vehicle, safety, IT partnership

Yesterday, the heads of Toyota and Suzuki announced that the two car makers will begin investigating a new partnership focusing on safety, green cars and information technology. According to the two companies, the automotive industry is “changing drastically and rapidly in an unprecedented fashion”. The rapid pace of change, spurred by tougher environmental and safety regulations, […
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