* Toyota decision follows similiar move by GM * 4,500 jobs at stake in production wind down (updates with second source, jobs figure) DETROIT/WASHINGTON, Aug 27 (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp has decided to end production at a California plant it shared with General Motors Co for 25 years, industry sources said on Thursday. Two sources, who had direct knowledge of the decision but were not authorized to speak on the record, confirmed that the Japanese automaker would not continue ...
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