Manufacturing projects by Asian auto makers in North America are on track, despite Toyota Motor Corp.’s recent announcement the opening of its new Blue Springs, MS, plant has been pushed back to 2010 from 2009. The No.1 Japanese auto maker does have a plant coming online later this year in Woodstock, ON, Canada, while rival Honda Motor Co. Ltd.’s new Greensburg, IN, plant will open in the fall. Kia Motors Corp. says its plant in West Point, GA, is set to launch in November 2009. Toyota ...

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