Toyota Motor Corp. and AB Volvo each announce engine-making joint ventures in China to support their vehicle-building operations there. Toyota is teaming up with China’s First Automotive Works Group to open an engine-manufacturing facility in Changchun, China. The FAW-Toyota plant will have an annual production capacity of 130,000 engines. FAW Toyota Changchun Engine Co. Ltd. will begin production of 3L V-6 engines in early 2005. The two auto makers signed a collaborative agreement ...
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