Honda, GM to jointly produce fuel cell power systems in U.S. from 2020

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TOKYO (Reuters) – Honda Motor Co Ltd and General Motors Co (GM) will jointly produce hydrogen fuel cell power systems in the United States from around 2020, to cut costs and ramp up output in the hope of increasing take-up of the zero-emission cars.