Toyota Motor Mfg. North America Inc. will eliminate all 200 of its temporary workers at its San Antonio assembly plant as the auto maker slows production of its largest U.S. models in the face of falling consumer demand. “We’re keeping all of our regular Toyota team members, but we have to release about 200 people from the variable workforce in Texas,” Toyota manufacturing spokesman Mike Goss tells Ward’s. San Antonio builds the Tundra fullsize pickup truck, which Xavier Dominicis, ...

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