DETROIT – Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm’s trip to Japan this summer to meet with Toyota Motor Corp. executives to discuss potentially building a plant in the state could be a pipedream, but she is hopeful the state will get a fair shake. After speaking before the Society of Automotive Engineers conference here, Granholm tells Ward’s she is optimistic Toyota’s recent $150 million commitment to expand the auto maker’s technology center near Ann Arbor is a harbinger of bigger and better ...

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