YORK TOWNSHIP, MI – Officials from Toyota Motor Corp. and the state of Michigan broke ground today on the $150 million Toyota Technical Center U.S.A. Inc. expansion here that will open in mid-2008. At the event, which was attended by Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm and Toyota Executive Vice President Kazuo Okamoto, Toyota confirms it will add a $37 million 180,000-sq.-ft. (16,723-sq.-m) safety-testing facility on the ground, the first of its kind in North America. The auto maker says it ...

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