Toyota Motor Corp. Australia Ltd. signs a A$29 million ($17.1 million) contract for construction of its new corporate headquarters in Port Melbourne. Total investment in the 3-story building is set at A$50 million ($29.4 million), and Toyota expects to move in during first quarter 2004. Toyota Australia President Ken Asano says the new facility will serve to reinforce the auto maker’s reputation as a major employer and supporter of the Australian economy. "The new building will ...

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