Didier Leroy President de Toyota Motor Europe, and Makoto Sano (r) president of the Toyota factory at Onnaing present the Yaris model, destined for the French market and export to North America during the awarding of the certificate the certificate 'Origine France Garantie' for the Yaris at the factory on May 16, 2013.
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