* Toyota production to end in March * More than 4,000 jobs at stake * California wants to find way to keep plant open WASHINGTON, Feb 23 (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp said on Tuesday it would not reverse plans to end production in California despite a suggestion that doing so might give the embattled carmaker a lift in a big market. "It's not financially viable to do," Jim Lentz, Toyota's U.S. sales chief, told a congressional hearing on Toyota recalls and other safety questions that ...
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