Japan's laws pose roadblocks to hydrogen cars, say automakers

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Test drives on Japan’s roads stalled due to certification process entailing $1m in costs

Japan, the home of the Toyota Prius hybrid, would seem to be the ideal launch pad for a range of environmentally-friendly vehicles. However, overseas automakers say bureaucratic red tape and costly...

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