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\r\n\r\nTwo giants of the Japanese car manufacturing scene, Toyota and Mazda, today announced they were tying the knot in a new long-term partnership.\r\n\r\nThe deal will see the two brands collaborate on future products and share tech developments as each struggles to stay ahead in a competitive environment. Developing tomorrow’s technologies is becoming a seriously expensive business and even large corporations such as Toyota are keen to share the burden.\r\n\r\nIt is keen to tap into Mazda’s Skyactiv petrol and diesel know-how, while Mazda in return wants to benefit from its partner’s expertise in hybrids and hydrogen fuel-cell technology.\r\n\r\nRead full article here.

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\r\n\r\nTwo giants of the Japanese car manufacturing scene, Toyota and Mazda, today announced they were tying the knot in a new long-term partnership.\r\n\r\nThe deal will see the two brands collaborate on future products and share tech developments as each struggles to stay ahead in a competitive environment. Developing tomorrow’s...