TOKYO – California would be a politically correct and shrewd corporate choice for Toyota Motor Corp.'s proposed plant to make gasoline-electric hybrid cars in the U.S. Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger recently met here with Toyota President Fujio Cho to pitch his state and the New United Motor Mfg. Inc. plant in Fremont, CA, owned jointly by General Motors Corp. and Toyota, as a great location. Could GM get version of Toyota Prius? Cho reportedly listened politely while insisting no ...
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