WARSAW, June 29 (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp will invest 40-50 million euros in expanding engine production at its plant in Jelcz in Poland, a Polish newspaper reported on Thursday. Citing unnamed sources, daily Dziennik said Toyota should create around 200 jobs in expanding the plant's annual output from the current 170,000 engines to as much as 300,000. The paper said Toyota might announce the investment officially at a news conference later on Thursday. Toyota has been considering ...
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