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Chinese cities to tap fuel cell subsidy to create hydrogen corridor

Chongqing files joint application with Chengdu to boost technology

BEIJING -- The city of Chongqing will apply together with Chengdu for a new Chinese government program offering incentives for developing core fuel cell technologies, local officials said Tuesday.

"We'll create a cleaner and smarter auto industry," Yang Liqiong, deputy director of the Chongqing Economic and Information Technology Commission, told reporters, adding that the city would "establish a hydrogen-power corridor with Chengdu" through the joint application.

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