Toyota Motor Corp. President Fujio Cho says he now favors Kentucky as the site for a new assembly plant, should the automaker decide to expand its North American vehicle-building capacity. Toyota acknowledged earlier in the year that it was studying whether to expand production capacity. But previously the automaker indicated Princeton, IN, and Cambridge, Ont., were the only two sites in the running for a new plant. Toyota recently launched full-size Tundra truck output in Princeton, and ...

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