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Latest update : 2013-09-10

Electric cars are talking point as Frankfurt motor show opens

The Frankfurt motor show opens its doors to the media this Tuesday. It’s the biggest of the European car shows and manufacturers are hoping declines in European car sales may have bottomed out. Meanwhile, the technology sector will be watching a presentation in California later this Tuesday to see if rumours about a new range of iPhones from Apple are correct.

By Matthew WARREN

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