Toyota Motor Corp. says it will expand its Huntsville, AL, engine plant, which began production only two months ago. The $20 million investment will add 150 jobs, raising total employment at the factory to 500 workers. The move will allow Huntsville to produce 130,000 V-6 Tacoma and Tundra pickup engines. With the new expansion, Toyota will have invested $240 million in Alabama to date.

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