Toyota Motor Corp. is reportedly investing €110 million ($137 million) to increase production early next year at its Valenciennes, France, assembly plant. The plant produces the popular European Yaris model, which Toyota is bringing to the U.S. next spring to replace the slow-selling Echo entry-level car. (See related story: Toyota Debuting RAV4, Yaris at Frankfurt) Output will be bumped up by 30,000 units to 270,000 units annually. Toyota also will add 1,000 new workers at the plant, ...

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