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In this photo released by Toyota Motor Corp., Toyota President Akio Toyoda, third left, shakes hands with BMW AG chief executive Norbert Reithofer, third right, as their executives show signed documents during a signing ceremony to jointly develop next-generation batteries for green vehicles in Nagoya, central Japan, Thursday, Jan. 24, 2013. Toyota and BMW are working together on next-generation batteries for green vehicles called "lithium-air" as their collaboration, first announced in late 2011, moves ahead in fuel cells, sports vehicles and other fields. They are from left: Toyota's Director and Senior Managing Officer Yasumori Ihara, Toyota Executive Vice President Takeshi Uchiyamada, Toyoda, Reithofer, BMW AG board members, Herbert Diess and BMW Group Brand and Product Strategies Senior Vice President Klaus Frohlich. (AP Photo/Toyota Motor Corp.) EDITORIAL USE ONLY