TOKYO — Toyota Motor Corp. teams up with PSA Peugeot Citroen to jointly produce compact cars in Europe, published reports say. The automakers soon are slated to sign a memorandum outlining the deal, in which the two carmakers would split the cost of producing 300,000 units of a small, fuel-efficient car annually. The two are discussing possible production sites, with Poland emerging as a strong likelihood. They also reportedly are eying Toyota's existing Valenciennes, France, facility. ...
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