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Honda and GM join hands to develop cars in North America

Automakers to share vehicle platforms under expanded alliance

The partnership with GM gives Honda economies of scale it cannot achieve on its own.

General Motors and Honda Motor have teamed up to make a range of vehicles in North America, deepening their ties as carmakers come under pressure to share technology and costs to meet demands for cleaner vehicles.

Under the alliance, Honda and GM intend to share common vehicle platforms, including electrified and internal combustion propulsion systems, the U.S. carmaker said on Thursday.

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