PARIS – Toyota Europe will undergo a reorganization effective April 1 that will see CEO Didier Leroy take responsibility for two additional assembly plants and give the region more influence in the design of cars in the A-, B- and C-segments. The transformation began last year, when the Japanese parent put Leroy in charge of quality issues for the auto maker’s European operations in an effort to repair problems with safety recalls and to streamline decision-making. Two factories ...

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