Toyota Motor Corp.’s Princeton, IN, assembly plant will hire 1,700 new employees in 2002 for a second shift to increase the facility’s capacity to 300,000 units annually. The auto maker is completing an $800 million expansion to the Princeton plant, which will employ 4,300 workers after the new employees are added.

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