ThyssenKrupp AG, Germany’s largest steel maker, will build a new greenfield mill in Mount Vernon, AL. Investment in the carbon and stainless steel plant will total $4.2 billion, with the facility slated to be operational in 2010. The plant will employ 2,700 people and generate at least 38,000 indirect jobs in the region over the next 20 years, ThyssenKrupp says. Denso Corp. and Aisan Industry Co. Ltd., both affiliated with Toyota Motor Corp., reportedly plan to buy shares in each other as ...

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