PARIS – Poland is the leading candidate for a new 300,000-unit PSA Peugeot Citroen plant to open in 2006. Two sites there previously were considered before PSA and Toyota Motor Corp. located their small car joint venture factory in Kolin, the Czech Republic. Poland reportedly was passed over because its labor laws made it too difficult to reduce a workforce. (see related story: PSA President Says Small Car JV with Toyota on Track) Since then, Poland has liberalized its laws ...

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