PARIS â€“ 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 makerâ€™s European operations in an effort to repair problems with safety recalls and to streamline decision-making. Two factories ...
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