DETROIT – Toyota Motor Corp. will finalize plans to build a vehicle assembly plant in Mexico by April, say officials from Mexico’s central and northern regions – although both claim to be frontrunners for the plant’s location. Officials from the Mexican government and automotive and finance industries spoke here at a conference sponsored by Mexico’s Ministry of Economy, Trade Commission and the Mexican Consulate in Detroit. Investment representatives from the heavily industrialized ...
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