(Follows alerts) Nov 26 (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp is in talks with BMW AG for a partnership in environmental vehicles, business daily Nikkei reported. Under the proposed agreement, the German automaker will provide diesel engines, most likely 2-liter versions for midsize cars, for Toyota's passenger vehicles sold in Europe, where its sales fell 9 percent in 2010, the newspaper said. The starting date of the project and its scale are yet to be decided, the financial paper said. ...
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