Toyota, Peugeot eye 100,000 cars at new Czech plant


KOLIN, Czech Republic, May 30 (Reuters) - Toyota and PSA Peugeot Citroen will make more than 100,000 small cars this year at their joint new Czech factory, the companies said on Monday. The plant at Kolin, 50 km (30 miles) east of Prague, has churned out 11,000 Peugeot 107s, Citroen C1s and Toyota Aygos since starting operations in February, said Masatake Enomoto, president of the firms' joint venture TPCA. The first cars will start reaching European dealing rooms this week, the ...

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