Toyota Motor Corp. sticks with one of its initial candidates for its plan to increase capacity in North America by announcing last week it will spend $800 million to expand production capabilities at its assembly operations in Princeton, IN. As recently as October, the automaker said it also was considering Kentucky for the new assembly plant (see Ward's Automotive Reports — Oct. 25, '99, p.1). The investment will increase annual capacity by 150,000 units and add 2,000 jobs. General ...
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