Several automotive suppliers will set up operations on the site of Toyota Motor Corp.’s new plant in Texas, the auto maker confirms in a joint announcement with Texas Gov. Rick Perry. Some 10 parts suppliers, as well as several service companies, will locate on Toyota Motor Mfg. Texas Inc.’s 2,000-acre (809-ha) San Antonio site. Many will be joint ventures with minority partners, some of which are local, Toyota says. (See related story: Toyota Looking at Supplier Park in Texas) This ...

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