UPDATE 2-Judge gives Toyota 30 days to produce documents


* Automaker has 60 days to submit Japanese-language papers * Plaintiffs' lawyers seeking at least 125,000 pages * At issue are papers submitted to Congress, regulators (Revises first sentence, adds judge's order, other details) By Steve Gorman SANTA ANA, Calif., May 28 (Reuters) - A U.S. federal judge on Friday gave Toyota 30 days to turn over the bulk of documents sought by class-action lawyers from previous investigations of complaints about its cars racing out of control. The ...

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