California officials have cobbled together legislation they hope will convince Toyota Motor Corp. to retain its stake in the New United Motor Mfg. Inc. manufacturing facility in Fremont, CA. Toyota last week announced the future of the San Francisco-area plant was in serious doubt after joint-venture partner General Motors Co. announced it would no longer build vehicles there. A bill proposed by California Assembly Majority Leader Alberto Torrico (D) would make NUMMI exempt from paying ...

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