Toyota Motor Mfg. West Virginia will expand its Buffalo, WV, plant for a fifth time, adding 150 positions to the current 1,000, through a $120 million investment, the auto maker says. The engine and transmission plant is poised to build an additional 240,000 automatic transmissions a year starting in 2007. Total automatic transmission capacity at the plant will rise to 600,000 annually. With the additional investment, Toyota will have spent $920 million at the Buffalo plant, which ...

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