PARIS – Toyota Motor Europe will buy midsize utility vans from PSA Peugeot Citroen starting next year and will co-engineer the next generation in time for when Euro 6 emissions standards take effect in 2016. The agreement, which will involve several thousand vehicles a year, may save PSA’s Sevelnord assembly plant from closing. The facility in Northern France formerly was shared with Fiat, but the Italian auto maker ended its partnership with PSA when it bought ...

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